What does inviting mean?

Definitions for inviting
ɪnˈvaɪ tɪŋinvit·ing

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. invitingadjective

    attractive and tempting

    "an inviting offer"

Wiktionary

  1. invitingadjective

    Alluring; tempting; attractive.

ChatGPT

  1. inviting

    Inviting refers to the act of asking someone in a polite or friendly manner to go somewhere or to do something. It is often associated with making someone feel welcome or encouraging their participation or presence. It could also describe something that is appealing or attractive, offering a promise of enjoyable or pleasant experience.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Inviting

    of Invite

  2. Invitingadjective

    alluring; tempting; as, an inviting amusement or prospect

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of inviting in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of inviting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of inviting in a Sentence

  1. Jack Vernon:

    Amazon Blueprints's all about inviting other people to create on your platform, so you don't have to personally spend time doing that yourself, other people come in with a different perspective, and they perhaps are better positioned to see monetization opportunities.

  2. Jonah Peretti:

    To be clear, we see the breakthroughs in AI opening up a new era of creativity that will allow humans to harness creativity in new ways with endless opportunities and applications for good, in publishing, AI can benefit both content creators and audiences, inspiring new ideas and inviting audience members to co-create personalized content.

  3. Deval Patrick:

    He was incredibly helpful, we have traded advice, not so much on policy, because we're aligned pretty generally on policy, but on method, really, about the importance of running and connecting at the grassroots, about the importance of inviting people from the sidelines to come in and take responsibility for their own civic and political life.

  4. Greg Gutfeld:

    He is unifying us. Because we are all getting really, really sick of being told we are a bunch of racist rubes. He has gotten to the point where he is actually inviting outside consultants to tell us that we suck. It is all part of his greater pernicious attitude towards America, we can no longer think we are exceptional because that is racist and xenophobic. Even patriotism stands out as an anomaly. The flag is racist, apple pie is racist. We have seen the stories. ‘America last’ is our penance for being ‘America first.’.

  5. Terry McAuliffe:

    If President Clinton or President Obama had gone to Helsinki and done what President Trump had done, you would already have impeachment hearings going on, there has to be a reason, Jake, why he is over there acting the way he acts about Putin, then inviting them here, and then saying he may go over there.

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