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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of evite.

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Examples

  • The Democratic side is probably going to go all the way to March, since, as Stephen Colbert put it, Hillary might find herself evited.

    Iowa Caucus Result Discussion Thread « Whatever

  • We evited friends to set up a “boutique” and sell their own stuff—or just browse and breakfast.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • From my capin I'm evited and likewise compelled to go

    Castle Garden

  • Those who knew the story gave him the cold shoulder; those who knew it not, seeing one brother disappear, and the other succeed in the estate, raised a cry of murder; so that upon all sides he found himself evited.

    Kidnapped: The Adventures of David Balfour

  • Ah, had I kept my frail resolution of dismissing him at that moment, what a world of shame and misery had been evited!

    The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner

  • I have evited striking you in your ain house under muckle provocation, because I am ignorant how the laws here may pronounce respecting burglary and hamesucken, and such matters; and, besides, I would not willingly hurt ye, man, e'en on the causeway, that is free to us baith, because I mind your kindness of lang syne, and partly consider ye as a poor deceived creature.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • I have evited striking you in your ain house under muckle provocation, because I am ignorant how the laws here may pronounce respecting burglary and hamesucken, and such matters; and, besides, I would not willingly hurt ye, man, e’en on the causeway, that is free to us baith, because I mind your kindness of lang syne, and partly consider ye as a poor deceived creature.

    The Fortunes of Nigel

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