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Sentence count:278+21 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: limitationrehabilitationprestidigitationorientationinvestigationpresentationconfrontationrepresentationMeaning: [‚ɪnvɪ'teɪʃn]  n. 1. a request (spoken or written) to participate or be present or take part in something 2. a tempting allurement. 
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1. We have a standing invitation to visit them anytime.
2. Naturally, she accepted the invitation to the party.
3. I am happy to accept your invitation.
4. Thanks for the invitation, but...
5. I excepted him from my invitation.
6. Lady Caroline was gracious enough to accept our invitation.
7. The invitation was meant as a friendly gesture.
8. He rejected their invitation point-blank.
9. She refused his invitation to the tea party.
10. Thank you for your kind invitation.
11. In the end she wangled an invitation.
12. I have an open invitation to visit my friend in Japan.
13. He's understood to be there at the personal invitation of President Daniel Arap Moi.
14. She wangled an invitation.
15. I received an invitation.
16. We have an open invitation to use their holiday cottage whenever we like.
17. You know you have a standing invitation to come and stay anytime you're in town.
18. We have a standing invitation to visit them when we're in the area.
19. Then came an invitation to Martinique ,[] an island in the French Caribbean. It was chance of a lifetime.
20. Shortly afterwards, Dawson received an invitation to speak at a scientific conference.
21. I declined with much regret your kind invitation.
22. I hated to barge in without an invitation.
23. He declined an invitation to dinner.
24. Did you get an invitation to their wedding?
25. She's in two minds about accepting his invitation.
26. Thanks for the invitation to your birthday party.
27. The only man who is really free is the one who can turn down an invitation to dinner without giving any excuse. 
28. I'll be so jealous if you manage to wangle an invitation to his house.
29. Mrs Armstrong regrets that she cannot accept your kind invitation.
30. Mr Foster is sorry that he cannot accept your invitation to dinner.
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