One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An invitation sent by email.‘the holidays are fast approaching and the e-vites are pouring in’
- ‘She had sent me an e-vite to this event.’
- ‘In fact, you've probably received only two or three "Election Night Party E-vites," instead of the usual glut.’
- ‘"It was I who sent the e-vite."’
- ‘In fact, send out the E-vites now—this pay-per-view event could be as big as the Super Bowl.’
- ‘Why not double up your preshow mailings with an "e-vite"?’
Send an invitation to (someone) by email.‘the site was launched when its founders e-vited 100 friends to join’
- ‘So on Thursday he mass e-vites me to a party at his place on the 10th.’
- ‘Just want to say thank you to everyone who has e-vited and called me to do things.’
- ‘A friend e-vited 80 of his friends to join him for a night of celebrating, and it seems at least 40 responded.’
- ‘I'm too lazy to send a letter, but I'll e-sign an e-petition if someone e-vites me to.’
- ‘I think my aunt is e-viting for the other one.’
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