What is the adjective of invite?

What is the adjective of invite?

Word family (noun) invitation invite (adjective) uninvited inviting ≠ uninviting (verb) invite (adverb) invitingly.

What is the synonym of word invite?

cause, induce, provoke, create, generate, engender, foster, encourage, lead to, call forth, make happen. draw, attract, incite, elicit, bring on, bring on oneself, arouse. tempt, court, allure, entice.

Is inviting a tone?

Types of tones in writing Tone is as diverse as our emotions. Here are a few examples of tones that can be employed in a response: Appreciative: Thanks for inviting me!

How do you say someone is inviting?

Step 2—Let them know what you would like.

  1. …and I wanted to invite you.
  2. …and I was wondering if you would like to come/join me.
  3. …and I’d love it if you could come/be there/join me/join us.
  4. …and I was hoping you could make it.
  5. …and I hope you can come/be there/join me/join us.
  6. …and it would be great if you can make it.

What is another word for given invitation?

other words for give invitation. appeal to. attract. call. draw. encourage. insist. lead. persuade.

What is another word for invite in?


  • bedroom eyes
  • charisma
  • charm
  • come-hither look
  • come-on
  • enchantment
  • What is a synonym for hanging out?

    Synonyms for Hang out: n. • boil, come off, drip-dry, air, dry cleaner’s, come out. v. •abide (verb) crash, bunk, bunk out, squat, perch, inhabit, lodge, settle, nest, dwell, roost, room.

    What is another word for greetings?

    greet, recognize, recognise(verb) express greetings upon meeting someone. Synonyms: know, recognise, realize, tell apart, agnize, spot, realise, acknowledge, distinguish, accredit, pick out, greet, recognize, discern, make out, agnise. greet(verb) send greetings to. Synonyms: recognise, recognize.