Examples of invitation in a Sentence
We sent out more than 100 invitations for the party.
Recent Examples of invitation from the Web
Anigbogu even decided to pass on a green-room invitation, apparently wisely.
The CBC declined the invitation, stating the meeting would not be productive.
Defensive pressure another player might regard as clawing and claustrophobic strikes Monk as an invitation to shoot.
There were no invitations in her album rollout to activate in sustainable, meaningful ways.
But real talk: Is this a quasi-invitation to Michelle Obama's opulent outdoor bootcamps?
Likewise when students hold protests or marches, launch social media campaigns, circulate petitions, boycott lectures, demand the resignation of professors and administrators, or object to the invitation of controversial speakers.
Speaking to an invitation-only group during a private lunch, Bush said declined to speculate on changes Trump might announce Friday during a visit to Miami.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is opening the door to summoning James Comey to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee after the former FBI director declined an invitation. ‘
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First Known Use of invitation
INVITATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of invitation for English Language Learners
: a written or spoken request for someone to go somewhere or to do something
: the act of inviting someone
: something that encourages someone to do something or that makes something more likely to happen
INVITATION Defined for Kids
Definition of invitation for Students
1 : a written or spoken request for someone to go somewhere or do something
2 : the act of inviting
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