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Spell check of invite

Correct spelling:
invite
Definition:

To ask; request the company of; tempt.

Synonyms:
offer (verb)
render, tender, bid, give, submit, present, quote, impart, deal, extend, offer, endow, grant, approach, advance, bestow, attempt, cite, issue.
attract (verb)
magnetize, drag, enchant, pull, attract, seduce, entice, charm, lure, engross, draw, captivate, allure.
request (verb)
solicit, seek, question, desire, demand, probe, summon, urge, petition, request, wish, appeal, inquire, bid, want, query, plead, requisition.
seduce (verb)
lure, tempt, entice, seduce.
appeal (verb)
approach, solicit, entice, buttonhole, request, beseech, greet, implore, petition, entreat, supplicate, apply, beg, address, appeal, accost, plead.
Other synonyms:
receive, bid, ask for, tempt, pay for, ask round, ask in, ask over, call for.
Common misspellings:
  1. envite (25%)
  2. invit (16%)
  3. ivite (6%)
  4. invte (5%)
  5. inivte (4%)
  6. invate (4%)
  7. inivite (3%)
  8. invide (3%)
  9. inite (3%)
  10. invitie (3%)
  11. invt (3%)
  12. inviet (2%)
  13. invity (2%)
  14. invtie (2%)
  15. invete (2%)
  16. invote (2%)
  17. intive (2%)
  18. invie (2%)
  19. invation (2%)
  20. inveite (1%)
Examples of usage:
  1. Was it right, they asked, to invite Cassandra for a visit, and was William Rodney in love with her, or likely to fall in love?
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. We haven't been able to keep our secret, so I think the very best thing we can do is to invite everybody to call.
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Mrs. Peter Rabbit", Thornton W. Burgess.
  3. Why, to stand still for ten minutes in London is to invite the attention of the police.
    - - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf. - "Mrs. Peter Rabbit", Thornton W. Burgess. - "The Devil's Garden", W. B. Maxwell.
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 14,913,252 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jul 2012.

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