- n. Plural form of invitee.
“We are now back on the street, once again with music, dance, fireworks, and upwards of 300 in the procession, having picked up invitees from the last two stops, and undoubtedly others along the way.”
“Additionally, the quality of the pitch material by the invitees is pretty good.”
“His appearance should be cancelled, unless the invitees are all criminals too.”
“It is disturbing enough that you have a conference whose invitees are being told to keep all notes and information on the meeting out of the electronic world, and that the invitees are also being asked to book their hotel reservations through Wichita-based Koch Industries and not the hotel itself.”
“Organizing for the event is in its early stages -- that much is clear from the convention's Web site, which includes a host of big-name invitees (think Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin and Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann) but only a few confirmed participants.”
“One of last year's big name invitees is not getting an invitation.”
“Besides, other than the four executive directors who get permanent seats at the corporate management committee, all the other members are deemed as "invitees".”
“Not long after that, we made it official: He invited me to his mom’s house for his birthday party get-together—a big step for us, considering the invitees were his family and closest friends.”
“The "invitees" must attend or face a possible return to prison.”
“With a debilitated MAS, Morales increasingly plays the role of mediator between ministers, social organisations, party leaders, militants, and "invitees".”
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