from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that is invited.
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- n. a person who is invited into or onto someone else's premises
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- n. a visitor to whom hospitality is extended
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Not working Every invitee is expected to attend, but not everyone will strut his stuff in the positional workouts or the timing and strength drills.
The other non-roster invitee is Jimmy Haynes, signed as an offseason free agent after he was released by Milwaukee, where he was
I'm not sure that the invitee is a Republican since he belongs to a group named Democracy For America.
(b) One employee invites another employee to attend worship services at her church, though she knows that the invitee is a devout adherent of another faith.
"We agreed to induct PM Nepal as 'invitee' member of the HLPM since he is the one who implements the decision of the mechanism," Prachanda told reporters following his meeting with NC president Girija Prasad Koirala at the latter's residence.
Martis will be a non-roster invitee at big league Spring Training.
If you studied ancient history at school at all, you will have learned that the Trojan War began because a non-invitee at Zeus's banquet send an anonymous golden apple in her stead, and three goddeses had an argument about who deserved it most.
Should the first thing the invitee do is make a comment about the flies?
When invited to someone's home, should the invitee or the inviter be the first to issue a greeting?
(Heyward was a non-roster invitee to the Braves spring training camp.)