Invited [verb]

Definition of Invited:

ask to do something socially

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Sentence/Example of Invited:

Interested participants must join the group’s Discord server to get the invite link.

Otherwise, they would need to lean on some mix of Clay, Kyle McGowin, Ryne Harper and Dakota Bacus — or spring training invites such as Javy Guerra or Luis Avilán — to fill out an eight-man bullpen in 2021.

An official invite from the host and co-hosts, with 24–72 hours notice — coupled with messaging leading up to the event — will get people excited.

Apple just sent out invites for its upcoming hardware event, all but confirming the arrival of the next iPhone.

More recently, the president has tried to distinguish between absentee and mail balloting, claiming that absentee ballots, which he has cast in Florida, are safe, while states that conduct universal mail voting invite fraud.

Hilda, trembling at the door, more than half expected Mr. Orgreave to say: "You mean, she's invited herself."

Edwin Clayhanger invited me to go over the printing-works at half-past six, and it's twenty-five minutes to seven now.

Victor was the younger son and brother—a tete montee, with a temper which invited violence and a will which no ax could break.

Aristide stood gossiping until the Mayor invited him to take a place at the table and consume liquid refreshment.

Her son Tonie had, but she supposed he would soon be back, and she invited Robert to be seated and wait for him.