invitee invitee  /ɪn vaɪ ˈti/


  • (n) a visitor to whom hospitality is extended


  1. If the prospect of lunch with a neurologist is unnerving or distasteful, Damasio suggests, the invitee will conveniently remember a previous engagement.
  2. But one key invitee wasn't able to make it the celebrated director Abbas Kiarostami, who made Ten and was scheduled to lead a post-screening discussion about it.
  3. The invitee was Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui, whose government is unrecognized by most of the world thanks to China's strenuous efforts to keep it isolated.



  1. "I think it can be done," Meninga said. "But I'm not sure what the criteria is going to be. I think they'll probably review that but it is not up to me : I think it's an invitee proposition so if they thought I was a good candidate I would...
    on Dec 9, 2008 By: Mal Meninga Source: The Canberra Times

  2. "They've been interested in us from the beginning," Croom said, "and very receptive to the possibility we could be their invitee to the game. It's great for our University, great for our state."
    on Dec 2, 2007 By: Sylvester Croom Source:

  3. "Yeah, I asked them to come in early," said Rivers. "I thought we needed to get back together. Bringing Rasheed in, and Marquis, Shelden (Williams), (invitee Mike) Sweetney and (rookie) Lester (Hudson), we needed to get together as a group...
    on Sep 28, 2009 By: Doc Rivers Source: Boston Herald

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/ɪn ˈfæ tʃu ˌeɪ tɪd /