[ US /ˌɪnˈvaɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɪnvˈa‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. attractive and tempting
    an inviting offer
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How To Use inviting In A Sentence

  • 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. David Tereshchuk: French Claim for Origins of Investigative Journalism
  • The jagged rock he'd sought was three feet up the incline, inviting, tantalizing him with its nearness.
  • A warm, inviting womb of a restaurant, it's a place that improbably manages to rise above the staggering kitschness of waiters exchanging 'buon appetito' with diners who don't speak a word of the language either.
  • She will probably behave brilliantly if you make the generous overture of inviting her in the first place. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some brokers will even hire a "stager" who can tidy up the home, move furniture around and even re-hang pictures to create a more inviting living space. How To Sell Your Home In 2007
  • A consultation paper has been posted on the Internet inviting input from Net users.
  • Why make a mockery of a real problem by inviting its perpetuators to condemn it?
  • In the period after the interval their methodical probing of the Hibs rearguard continued and Alex Burns should have done more than blaze wide of the target when presented with an inviting, angled opening.
  • This is a lovely book to browse through - full of inviting, colourful pictures and uncluttered text.
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