See also: evite, evité, évite, and évité

English edit

Etymology edit

Blend of e- +‎ invite

Noun edit

e-vite (plural e-vites)

  1. An invitation sent by e-mail or computer network.
    • 2008, Diana Rodriguez Wallach, Amigas and School Scandals, page 125:
      Apparently the e-vite I had sent to fifty classmates last night was forwarded to another two hundred by morning. Since they all received the e-vite, they all assumed they were invited regardless of the fact that it hadn't been sent by me.
    • 2010, Michael Connellan, The Fourth Account, page 174:
      The e-vite had a cute picture of Dan carrying Autumn across the threshold of their apartment — taken at their request by the doorman with Autumn's iPhone camera []