inviting

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adjective in·vit·ing \in-ˈvī-tiŋ\

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INVITING Defined for English Language Learners

inviting

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adjective

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

inviting

adjective in·vit·ing \in-ˈvī-tiŋ\

Definition of inviting for Students

  1. :  attractive 1 The houses looked warm and inviting with wreaths and holly … — Eleanor Estes, The Hundred Dresses

invitingly

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