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Spell check of inviting

Correct spelling: inviting

Synonyms:
appealing, endowing, enchanting, winsome, biding, requisitioning, tendering, probing, attractive, seductive, urging, applying, addressing, charming, bestowing, persuasive, winning, soliciting, bewitching, open, pulling, imparting, engrossing, tantalising, presenting, citing, begging, intriguing, drawing, magnetizing, wishing, encouraging, buttonholing, cherishing, enticing, beseeching, come-hither, nuzzling, quoting, issuing, spellbinding, flirtatious, advancing, caressing, dealing, agreeable, entreating, wanting, questioning, witching, pleading, serenading, dallying, captivating, luring, interesting, tempting, requesting, fascinating, snuggling, querying, persuasion, tantalizing, accosting, extending, dragging, giving, invitatory, like, original, attracting, engaging, supplicating, delightful, offering, love-making, submitting, summoning, inquiring, gripping, romantic, alluring, spooning, bidding, exciting, newsworthy, cordial, demanding, provocative, attempting, granting, imploring, alive, seeking, seducing, approaching, siren, desiring, inveigling, wooing, greeting, petitioning, magnetic, pleasing, thought-provoking, rendering, endearing.

Antonyms:
unattractive, uninviting, untempting.

Examples of usage:

1) He had a habit of putting on his hat on these occasions, and inviting Silas to accompany him out in the town to see the principal people, in order that they might own to what Tug had credited them with saying. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

2) An omnibus passed me, but it was crowded with smoking peasants, and did not look inviting. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) The house itself was most charming and inviting- looking; but it was also, beyond doubt, much neglected. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

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