Definition of Invitings
1. inviting [n] - See also: inviting
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invitings
Literary usage of Invitings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1855)
"I meet with much civility from my fellow collegians and others, dine and sup in the Hall like the rest, unless upon particular invitings; to-night my tutor ..."
2. Teaching and Teachers: Or, The Sunday-school Teacher's Teaching Work and the by Henry Clay Trumbull (1884)
"All the direct and intentional efforts of that missionary to influence the boy, by kind words, by earnest invitings, by the exhibit of cards and papers, ..."
3. The Fredoniad, Or, Independence Preserved: An Epick Poem on the Late War of 1812 by Richard Emmons (1830)
"Alas ! there's none of the terrestrial sphere, That the invitings of my voice would hear. Round Afric's shores a slaving ignorance reigns, And superstition ..."
4. Sermons by Daniel Atkinson Clark (1836)
"... and how tender, and how tearful, and pressing were many of these invitings. I have supposed that the sinner must be forever thinking all this over, ..."
5. The Bibliophile (1908)
"The ideal resort for the holiday- making book-lover is the district—not too spacious for easy travel—where over and above the invitings of Nature's charms ..."