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Definition of invitation

invitation

adverb

  • incentive unintentionally provided or intentional set up by speaking or acting poorly in the presence of a comic or cynic.
    Sorry Ted, I did not want to embarrass you, but you gave the invitation!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 24 2010.

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