Singh extended an invitation to Gilani to attend the match at Mohali in India.
The invitation from Peter Orlovsky provided an opportunity for her to scold Ginsberg once again.
He will be traveling to Berlin this month, at the invitation of gospel singer Ingrid Arthur.
It is an invitation for an Israeli response—as organizations like the Israel Peace Initiative have well understood.
This sure seems like more of an invitation for a crisis than anything Joe Biden said.
I did not need a second invitation and we started toward town.
He had an invitation to the opposite coast which he thought he would accept.
The merchants accepted the invitation, and went home with Eirik.
Handel declined the invitation, but resolved to go to Italy as soon as he could do so "on his own bottom."
If you wanted to come, why didn't you write me for an invitation?
mid-15c., from Latin invitationem (nominative invitatio) "an invitation, incitement, challenge," noun of action from past participle stem of invitare "invite, treat, entertain," originally "be pleasant toward," from in- "toward" (see in- (2)). Second element is obscure; Watkins suggests a suffixed form of root *weie- "to go after something, pursue with vigor," and a connection to English gain (see venison). Meaning "the spoken or written form in which a person is invited" is from 1610s.