Definitions of invited

  1. freely permitted or invited; " invited guests"
  2. done by invitation
  3. of Invite
  4. Solicited; allured.

Antonyms for invited


Quotes of invited

  1. Whenever there were parties, I wasn't invited because I began to be like that character. In a way, that contributed to the success of the performance. – F. Murray Abraham
  2. We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It's our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better. – Jeff Bezos
  3. I found Spotted Tail's lodge. He invited me to enter. – Buffalo Bill
  4. When I was invited to sing with Pavarotti, I had about two weeks to learn Italian. – Michael Bolton
  5. The reason I'm travelling so much is because of reasons that weren't completely planned. Several of the shows became successful and were invited to go to other places and they've all happened at similar times. – Matthew Bourne
  6. I've enjoyed it, I have seen it once at the premiere in London and it was very nice to be invited there. But I do want to see it again now. I want to sit and watch it as a fan rather than being there at the premiere with all the lights and such. – Jeremy Bulloch
  7. There are two types of courage involved with what I did. When it comes to picking up a rifle, millions of people are capable of doing that, as we see in Iraq or Vietnam. But when it comes to risking their careers, or risking being invited to lunch by the establishment, it turns out that's remarkably rare. – Daniel Ellsberg
  8. In 1983, NASA invited Canada to fly three payload specialists, in part because we had contributed the robotic arm that is used on the shuttle. – Marc Garneau
  9. I put off writing the first Left Behind book for a year because I got invited to assist Billy Graham in his memoirs, and had we known what we were putting off for a year, we might not have put it off. – Jerry B. Jenkins
  10. As a result of this article, I was invited to testify in the Senate Judiciary Committee on privacy law. – Norman Lamm
  11. My father was invited to play on a television show when I was 17 or 18 that was an early equivalent of educational television, a Sunday afternoon kind of variety art show. – John Sebastian
  12. My parents used to throw great New Year's Eve parties. They invited such an eclectic mix of showbiz people. All those cool people were always hanging out at our apartment. – Ben Stiller
  13. The man of petty ambition if invited to dinner will be eager to be set next his host. – Theophrastus
  14. As a young man, every bone in my body wanted to pick up a machine gun and kill Germans. And yet I had absolutely no reason to do so. Certainly nobody invited me to do the job. But that's what I felt that I was trained to do. Now no part of my upbringing was militaristic. – Pete Townshend
  15. It's very hard to find critics or a magazine today that will publish material that is genuinely independent and written without any concern about being cut off some distributor's list or not be invited or flown into screenings. – Wim Wenders

Usage examples for invited

  1. " When a man is invited to anything, he knows exactly what to wear. – Recollections of a Varied Life by George Cary Eggleston
  2. It seemed to me that she invited me to join her. – Astounding Stories of Super-Science, March 1930 by Various
  3. During the month, it happened that Alice was invited to a little party of girls at her aunt's. – The Talkative Wig by Eliza Lee Follen
  4. On Saturday I shall meet you at the King of Clubs, to which I am invited by Mr. Whishaw, and on Sunday I wish you and Mrs. Malthus will oblige Mrs. Ricardo and me with your company to dinner. – Letters of David Ricardo to Thomas Robert Malthus, 1810-1823 by David Ricardo
  5. Oh, he has invited his friends to make acquaintance. – Peg Woffington by Charles Reade
  6. Why had she invited the little cat? – Black Oxen by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  7. Then I invited you to dinner. – The Secret of the Night by Gaston Leroux
  8. When my father went to fight I went with him, and he killed all the alzados in one town and he invited all the people in the world to his party to see if any of the young girls pleased me, but I do not think they came here. – Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore by Fay-Cooper Cole
  9. Under these circumstances but very few guests can be invited – The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga A Ride Through the Mountains of Northern Luzon With an Appendix on the Independence of the Philippines by Cornelis De Witt Willcox
  10. How did you happen to be invited – Lessons in Life, For All Who Will Read Them by T. S. Arthur
  11. He was invited to the prince's. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  12. Then very slowly, 'I said he was my father's friend; I have invited him to my house, and come he shall, ' she said; and with that she walked off to her room, where she sat staring at the wall all the evening. – Tales-and-Fantasies by Stevenson, Robert Louis
  13. Your being invited would have made no difference." – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  14. Everything invited out of doors. – Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror by Richard Linthicum Trumbull White Samuel Fallows
  15. I took up the point of the four or five nice girls who had been invited to visit. – The Window-Gazer by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  16. He returned to the room, and when he stood before Jim once more, invited him to follow him. – The Childerbridge Mystery by Guy Boothby
  17. I met him once, and, it's rather curious, he invited me to Appleyard. – Johnstone of the Border by Harold Bindloss
  18. The old lady was evidently greatly taken with the new acquaintance, and invited him to dinner at the end of the drive. – A Question of Marriage by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  19. She invited Florence to seat herself, and looked her all over. – The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade
  20. For the very reason that I was invited out. – Austin and His Friends by Frederic H. Balfour