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invitatory

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adjective in·vi·ta·to·ry \in-ˈvī-tə-ˌtȯr-ē\

Definition of invitatory

  1. :  containing an invitation

14th Century

First Known Use of invitatory

14th century


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invitatory

noun in·vi·ta·to·ry

Definition of invitatory

plural

invitatories

  1. :  an invitatory psalm or antiphon

14th Century

First Known Use of invitatory

14th century

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