from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To rescind an invitation to: disinvited our friends for dinner because of an emergency.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cancel an invitation to.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To recall an invitation to.
But then, as the Taliban were deliberating about how to "disinvite" their troublesome guest after 9/11, the U.S. began its assault on the Taliban and bombed them into togetherness with Al Qaeda.
I am always very skeptical when organizations "disinvite" a scheduled speaker or guest.
The quagmire over his "disinvite" points to the inappropriate nature of such an event being held at the Pentagon.
Indeed on Friday, the Army decided to, as CNN put it, "disinvite" Graham to the breakfast.
You can "disinvite" them by turning it off, but it IS a plug in drug.
Ndungane's farewell had given Zille the right to "disinvite" Rasool.
"However, the use of a sporting event as a pretext to 'disinvite' an artist from a cultural event is a new one to me."
While I understand your disinclination to "disinvite" your Israeli guests, I would like to point that you don't seem to have had any reservations about disinviting me, your proposed speaker.
There are many universities around the country that "disinvite" controversial speakers of all kinds because it's not "PC."
Museums can invite or disinvite whoever they want.
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