Definition of invitational
1 : limited to invited participants an invitational tournament
2 : prepared or entered in response to a request an invitational article
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At the Washington state regional powerlifting invitational for the organization, more than four dozen athletes are warming up for the state competition.
At the Deefield invitational the first weekend in May, Eckert broke up the doubles team of juniors Peter Leutz and Reed Bianucci.
St. Mary’s invitational track and field meet Hosted by St. Mary’s County Recreation and Parks. 1-4 p.m., Leonardtown High School, 23995 Point Lookout Rd., Leonardtown.
From June 1 through June 30 , the museum will feature the invitational fiber art-quilt show.
Several Big Ten club teams - though not Penn State - took part in a 2016 invitational tournament televised on that conference's TV network.
The invitational, one of the few tournaments where players and families camp at the fields, will also feature food vendors with barbecue, Mexican food, and shaved ice, along with traditional baseball food at the snack shack.
The senior posted invitational shot put wins at the Jim Arquilla Long Beach Relays, the Beach Cities Invitational, the Mt. SAC Relays, and the Orange County Championships.
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Definition of invitational for English Language Learners
sports : limited to people who have been invited to compete
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