Recent Examples of inviting from the Web
Nonetheless, London has suddenly become a far less inviting place for dirty money.
Anchorage is a warm and inviting place where people can be themselves.
The side entrance is brightly lit with cheerful carriage lights, and inside, Pupuseria Katarina has all the dazzling color and genial charm of a most inviting restaurant.
The most inviting answer to the question of what should have been done differently, which beckons like an oasis in the desert, is to blame the colonial regime.
The space is clean, bright and very inviting and totally helped calm my nerves a bit before class.
Flatter hills, more walking paths and a covered performance area could be in the future for Anchorage's Town Square Park, as city officials try to make the downtown square a more inviting place.
That made Hilton an easy and inviting target for Brissett.
Temperatures should be more inviting Sunday and Labor Day, with forecast highs of 81 and 76 degrees respectively.
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INVITING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inviting for English Language Learners
: attractive in a way that makes you want to do something, go somewhere, be near someone, etc.
INVITING Defined for Kids
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