Third-person singular simple present indicative form of invite.(verb)
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Use "invites" in a sentence
"He points out that the inadequacy of the term invites rejoinders such as "You'll pull out of it" or "We all have bad days," which belittles the depth of the illness and doesn't begin to define the existential horrors that thoroughly debilitate persons suffering from the disease."
"Commission officials also said the label invites consumers to become song lyric nutritionists by helping them identify positive and negative messages about relationships in songs."
"An elegant stylist with a light touch, Mueenuddin invites the reader to a richly human, wondrous experience."