invitement

Related to invitement: incitement

invitement

(ɪnˈvaɪtmənt)
n
the act of enticing or attractingan offer of entertainment or hospitality
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To accompany those, and such other invitements, as are already specified, the possession of a hundred leagues of Sea outfight from that Coaste, wilbe made liable (thereby) to the Tenure of the same interest; Which Coast and Scite of affaire, (with Gods blessing and a faire winde) is but 9 daies saile from Ireland, 10 daies saile from Falmouth in Cornwell, and but 12 dayes saile from London itselfe; Withall it is a course of Navigation that hath neither rockes nor shoale-grounds, nor Islands; nor any suche like dangers in the waye betweene land and land, nor yet so muche as a Country of either freind or foe neere the same, for (the length of manie leagues together.
By shunning all invitements strange,(49) of those 285 Whose illness is, the necessary praise
Line 284 invitements strange ] perverse inducements, sinful enticements.