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invitation
Definition:
The act of requesting the presence of, begging, or attracting; polite request; the words or document by which one is asked to come to a place.

Synonyms:

noun
appeal
address, appeal, application, approach, bid, entreaty, invocation, petition, plea, prayer, request, solicitation, supplication.
appointment
sessions.
attraction
captivation, chemistry, drawing power, solicitation, Its, solicitations, chemistries, comeon.
attribute
invitation.
causes
base, catalyst, cause, contributor, culprit, impetus, influence, occasion, source, trigger.
command
bidding.
communication
invitation.
invitation
invitational, invited.
offer
advance, attempt, bestowal, citation, concession, deal, donation, endowment, gift, grant, investiture, issue, offer, offering, overture, present, quotation, submission, tender.
proposal; asking
allurement, appeal, attraction, bid, bidding, call, challenge, compliments, coquetry, date, encouragement, enticement, feeler, ground, incitement, inducement, invite, lure, motive, offer, open door, overture, paper, pass, petition, pressure, proffer, prompting, proposition, provocation, rain check, reason, request, solicitation, suggestion, summons, supplication, temptation, urge, Begging, HIT.
request
demand, desire, inquiry, probe, query, question, requisition, summons, urge, want, wish.
Examples of usage:
  1. It is much more important, all that, than, when it came, the great reason of the great invitation that had brought Rosalie to take part in it. – This Freedom by A. S. M. Hutchinson
  2. She knew she didn't need an invitation to sit down. – An Encounter in Atlanta by Ed Howdershelt
  3. Let us allow that there was no invitation. – Boer Politics by Yves Guyot
  4. They sent you that invitation to get you into trouble. – The Heart Of The Hills by John Fox, Jr.
  5. Lesbia was not quite as ill- used by fate as she made out, for she received and accepted an invitation to have tea with Marion on Saturday afternoon. – Loyal to the School by Angela Brazil

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