Difference between inviting and invitational
- attractive and tempting
Only a few minutes had gone when the Welshman flung in an inviting right-foot cross to the back post.
And I owe much of my further understanding of Voltaire through his face to an essay invitingly titled Voltaire's Grin by Richard Holmes, the "total immersion" biographer whom I've praised before -- mostly for his work on the interlinked poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth.
The jagged rock he'd sought was three feet up the incline, inviting, tantalizing him with its nearness.
- pertaining to or characteristic of an invitation
No points were awarded during the Japan Cup or Tournament of Champions, which are now treated as invitational events.
TH ANNUAL BURNDOG INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT.
The word invitational applied only to the boat owners and all the shows were actually free to the public.