invitee


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in·vi·tee

 (ĭn′vī-tē′)
n.
One that is invited.

invitee

(ˌɪnvaɪˈtiː)
n
a person who is invited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.invitee - a visitor to whom hospitality is extendedinvitee - a visitor to whom hospitality is extended
guest of honor - the person in whose honor a gathering is held
house guest, houseguest - a guest entertained in your house
visitant, visitor - someone who visits
wedding guest - a guest at a wedding
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Where a plaintiff was injured on a defendant's property while performing work that did not provide any special benefit to the defendant, the plaintiff could not sue the defendant on the ground that he was an invitee at the time of his injury, but he may have been able to state a claim against the defendant based on his status as a licensee.
The record number of visitors to WTM London - surpassing 2014's figure of 32,462 - was fuelled by a massive 39 per cent increase in the key benchmark of exhibitor invitee visitors.
Dismissing all contradictory media reports about would attend Imran Khan's inauguration ceremony, PTI clarified that all invitee, including Khan's close friends from the cricket world, would be sent formal invitations.
An Arab man, whose housewarming party resulted in the death of an invitee due to drug overdose, has been sentenced to four years in jail, and slapped with a fine of Dh10,000.
Au deuxieme tour, Razzano, invitee a Strasbourg, rencontrera la gagnante du match entre la Suedoise Johanna Larsson et la Tcheque Petra Cetkovska.
In concluding that the common area entryways and parking zones of multiple residential buildings did not fall within the bounds of the statute, the majority utilized an unreasonably narrow interpretation of the phrase "any place to which members of the public have access as invitees or licensees." (34) The court established an overly constricted definition of "invitee or licensee," excluding specific invitees or licensees from the statute where the language of the statute does not call for such an omission.
The second Media Day was more of the same as I was still a "Special Invitee" amongst a hoard of Special Invitees - the organisers had obviously given more importance to the likes of Raju, Chunnu and Munnu than to the media and printed the "Special Invitee" passes on a priority level.
An interpreter working exclusively for each invitee.
In the hospitality industry, an invitee is someone who comes to an establishment for the purpose for which the business is open to the public, or for a purpose directly or indirectly connected with that business.
Pittsburgh Pirates non-roster invitee Masumi Kuwata threw one perfect inning in a spring training game against the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday.
In addition, permitted members can add or modify content in the tube with those changes synchronized to every invitee, the company claims.
Certainly fellow invitee Dakota Fannino, 12, expects to keep working.