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Spell check of invitation
- Correct spelling:
- offer (noun)
- bid, approach, submission, citation, donation, advance, attempt, offer, gift, overture, investiture, quotation, issue, tender, bestowal, concession, present, grant, deal, offering, endowment.
- causes (noun)
- occasion, catalyst, contributor, trigger, culprit, influence, impetus, source, cause, base.
- appeal (noun)
- request, bid, invocation, solicitation, appeal, supplication, plea, approach, prayer, petition, entreaty, application, address.
- request (noun)
- solicitation, requisition, query, desire, demand, plea, summons, urge, inquiry, question, wish, appeal, entreaty, bid, want, probe, petition, request.
- Other synonyms:
- leading question, temptation, call, card, allurement, message, encouragement, interrogation, come-on, like, note, lure, inveiglement, questionnaire, enticement, poll, seduction, suggestion, motive, rhetorical question, reason, order, invited, bait, survey, pressure, proposal, invite, proposition, bidding, invitational, warn, attraction, letter, ground, inducement.
- Common misspellings:
- invatation (25%)
- inviation (23%)
- invitaion (10%)
- invitiation (10%)
- inventation (6%)
- invetation (5%)
- invivation (3%)
- invitaiton (3%)
- invintation (2%)
- invititation (2%)
- invation (1%)
- ivitation (1%)
- inivitation (1%)
- Examples of usage:
But before she could retreat he glanced up and his smile flashed a welcome and an invitation to her, while his books fell together as he rose and held out his hands. - - "Andrew the Glad", Maria Thompson Daviess.
" I accept your invitation, my Lord," said Adam gravely. - - "Andrew the Glad", Maria Thompson Daviess. - "Patsy", S. R. Crockett.
" Sit down, Evan," was the friendly invitation. - - "Andrew the Glad", Maria Thompson Daviess. - "Patsy", S. R. Crockett. - "The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush", Francis Lynde.
- But before she could retreat he glanced up and his smile flashed a welcome and an invitation to her, while his books fell together as he rose and held out his hands.
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