What does Disinvitation mean?

What does Disinvitation mean?

to withdraw an invitation to
transitive verb. : to withdraw an invitation to.

Is Disinvite a correct word?

Both disinvite and uninvite are correct. The huge 1934 Merriam-Webster Unabridged (Webster’s Second) had an entry for the verb uninvite, meaning “to annul an invitation of,” but it also bears the label “Rare.” It’s not rare anymore and will be added to our dictionaries soon.

What does Reinvite mean?

To invite again
(transitive) To invite again. quotations ▼

Whats the difference between uninvite and disinvite?

Usage notes The prefix dis- gives a more negative implication to disinvite than the neutral implication un- gives to uninvite. One might “uninvite” guests because one had more than an anticipated number of acceptances. One might “disinvite” someone for a reason specific to the person.

What is the opposite of invite?

Antonyms. inhospitality hospitality say farewell refuse unwanted unwelcome rejection.

What is a SIP re-invite?

A Re-INVITE, it comes after a session has been established. This means that it will apply to an existing INVITE after a final response has been received and an ACK has been sent. You send an UPDATE message prior to session establishment, but that’s an article for another day.

How do you spell re-invite?

Definition of ‘reinvite’

What does Uninverted mean?

Adjective. uninverted (comparative more uninverted, superlative most uninverted) Not inverted.

What do you call an uninvited guest?

Definitions of unwelcome guest. someone who gets in (to a party) without an invitation or without paying. synonyms: crasher, gatecrasher. type of: interloper, intruder, trespasser.

What’s another word for not inviting?

In this page you can discover 15 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for uninvited, like: unpopular, not asked, unwanted, unasked, neglected, not invited, undesired, unsought, unwelcome, unwished-for and like.