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Another word for invite

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Verb
  1. To request that someone take part in or be present at a particular occasion

      1. To seek to win or attain something; strive.
      2. To make an offer to pay or accept a specified price:
      3. To command, ask, or tell
      1. To put a question to:
      2. To make a request for. Often used with an infinitive or clause:
      3. To seek an answer to:
    See also:

    warn

  2. To behave so as to bring on (danger, for example)

      1. To rouse desire in; be inviting to; attract
      2. To provoke or run the risk of provoking (fate, etc.)
      3. To be inviting or attractive to:
      1. To incite to anger or resentment:
      2. To give rise to; bring about:
      3. To stir to action or feeling:
      1. To try to gain the love or affections of, especially to seek to marry.
      2. To attempt to gain; seek:
      3. To behave so as to invite or incur:
    See also:

    seek

Noun
  1. A spoken or written request for someone to take part or be present

      1. A spoken or written request for someone's presence or participation.
      2. An inviting to come somewhere or do something
      3. The message or note used in inviting
      1. An attempt or try
      2. (Informal) An invitation, esp. to become a member
      3. An offer to pay a certain amount of money for something:
    See also:

    warn

Another word for invite

Verb
  1. To request the presence of

  2. To ask politely or offer an inducement to

      1. To bring civil action against or prosecute in a court of law in seeking justice or redress of wrongs
      2. (Archaic) To court; woo.
      3. To institute legal proceedings in court; bring suit
      1. To beg for urgently:
      2. To ask or beg (a person) to do something; entreat
      3. To appeal to in supplication; beseech:
      1. To have a strong desire (for)
      2. To have an intense desire for.
      3. To be in great need of
      1. To plead or urge irksomely, often persistently.
      2. (Archaic) To ask for urgently; demand
      3. To trouble with requests or demands; urge or entreat persistently or repeatedly
      1. To ask (someone) earnestly; entreat; implore
      2. To address an earnest or urgent request to; implore:
      3. To request earnestly; beg for:
      1. To behave so as to invite or incur:
      2. To pay respectful or flattering attention to (a person) in order to get something
      3. To try to gain the love or affections of, especially to seek to marry.
      1. To cause to move in a given direction or to a given position, as by leading:
      2. To compose or write out in legal format:
      3. To bring to a certain condition or action; lead:
      1. To get the admiration, attention, etc. of; allure
      2. To cause to draw near or adhere by physical force:
      3. To possess or use the power of attraction.
      1. To attract with something desirable; entice:
      2. To be highly, often subtly attractive:
      1. To recall (a falcon) with a lure
      2. To attract or entice, especially by wiles or temptation:
      3. To attract by temptation etc.; to entice.
      1. To nominate (someone) for membership, office, etc.
      2. To recommend (a person) for a position, office, or membership; nominate.
      3. To put forward for consideration, discussion, or adoption; suggest:
      1. To double over (cloth, for example).
      2. To continue offering something to (someone); ensure that (someone) is abundantly served:
      3. To do work with; wield or use (a tool, faculty, etc.), esp. with energy
      1. To insist that someone accept (something). Often used with on or upon :
      2. To require haste or urgent action:
      3. To take arbitrarily or by force, especially for public use.
      1. To take and maintain a stand or make a firm demand
      2. To assert or demand (something) firmly or persistently:
      3. To be resolute or firm in a demand or course:
      1. To induce to believe something; convince
      2. To cause to do something by reasoning, urging, or inducement; prevail upon
      3. To cause (someone) to accept a point of view or to undertake a course of action by means of argument, reasoning, or entreaty:
      1. To make a request, especially formally:
      2. To address a petition to; ask formally or earnestly
      3. To ask for by petition; request formally:
      1. To make a humble request or supplication, esp. in prayer
      2. To ask for humbly and earnestly, as by prayer
      1. To say (a prayer or group of prayers):
      2. To worship God, a god, etc., as by reciting certain set formulas silently or aloud
      3. (Archaic) To ask (someone) imploringly for something; beseech. Used chiefly in the phrase I pray you to introduce a polite or urgent request or question:
      1. To ask for earnestly; petition for:
      2. (Archaic) To behave toward; treat
      3. (Obs.) To speak or write (of)
      1. To approach for some immoral purpose, as a prostitute does
      2. To seek to obtain by persuasion, entreaty, or formal application:
      3. To approach or accost (a person) with an offer of sex in exchange for payment.
      1. To try to get (someone) to do wrong, especially by a promise of reward.
      2. To rouse desire in; be inviting to; attract
      3. To be inviting or attractive to:
      1. To attract by offering hope of reward or pleasure; tempt; allure
      2. To attract (someone), usually to do something, by arousing hope, interest, or desire:
      1. To greet, receive, or entertain (another or others) cordially or hospitably.
      2. To receive or accept gladly:
      3. To receive or accept with pleasure or satisfaction
      1. To foster, give help or patronage
      2. To give support to; foster:
      3. To mentally support; to motivate, give courage, hope or spirit.
      1. To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
      2. To offer for consideration or action; propose:
      3. To serve as or provide a motive for; prompt or demand:
      1. To plead with someone for help, a favor, etc.; to entreat
      2. To take for granted without proof:
      3. (Intransitive) to request the help of someone, often in the form of money
      1. To lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion.
      2. To bring on; bring about; cause; effect
      3. To draw (a general rule or conclusion) from particular facts; infer by induction
      1. To express a wish or desire for; ask for, esp. in a polite or formal way
      2. To ask (a person) to do something:
      3. To express a desire for, especially politely; ask for. Often used with an infinitive or clause:
      1. (--- Games) To state one's intention to take (tricks of a certain number or suit in cards):
      2. To invite to attend; summon:
      3. (Card Games) To state (the number of tricks or points one proposes to take and, in bridge, whether one proposes to play the hand with a specified suit as trump or with no suit as trump) in an effort to win the right to name trump