The clue "Invite" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on November 20 2018.

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We found 18 possible solutions for the Invite clue.

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"Invite" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Medium January 29 2022 ASK
Penny Dell - Medium January 5 2022 ASK
Penny Dell - Easy May 16 2021 ASK
Penny Dell - Hard September 21 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Medium September 16 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Easy May 9 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Easy May 5 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Hard April 25 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Hard April 23 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Hard February 22 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Medium February 9 2020 ASK
Penny Dell - Medium January 16 2020 ASK
Thomas Joseph December 14 2019 ASK
Thomas Joseph October 5 2019 ASK
Thomas Joseph June 1 2019 ASK
Penny Dell - Easy May 17 2019 ASK
Wall Street Journal November 20 2018 ASK

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Wall Street Journal Clues November 20, 2018

Ponies up
Cord end
Palm Beach County city, for short
Bring up
"The Haj" writer
Jacqueline du Pre's instrument
Time between semesters in New Haven?
Fish with sawtooth and spaghetti varieties
Knight's neighbor
Racer on the inside track?
Rat Pack star
Vacation length, often
Speculative undertakings
Microsurgery tool
Pageant ID
Fire proof
Christmas present?
Minimal mo.
Cures for crankiness, perhaps
Grant money?
Boards the express
Shankar with a sitar
Takes exception to
Miss Gulch's ride
Seventh of 24 letters
Deborah's co-star in "The King and I"
Shaggy ox used to carry logs?
Salalah resident
Opposed to
Be bold
"Under love's heavy burden do I sink" speaker
Peace symbol
Flouted the limit
Surreptitious attention-getter
Betrays worry
Photos of lemons and bananas?
"Peculiar sort of a gal" in a Paul Dresser song
Richard with five comedy Grammys
Problem for 11-Down
"Fly the Friendly Skies" co.
Reached the right size for, as hand-me-downs
Government departments
Metal source
Langley-based org.
Circe's specialty
Natural talent
Mission furniture makeup
Polo alternative
Most Belgraders
Thanksgiving vegetables smuggled like drugs?
Stopwatch button
"Being There" director Hal
Corporate bigwigs
Brewery product
In complete harmony
Architect's output
Dance class outfits
Hard-to-define yet special quality
Good for nothing?
Brown, e.g.
Cost of cards
Super high
Day after domingo
"The Mill on the Floss" author
Valuable, perhaps
Lass's counterpart
Game with Draw Two cards
"Pretty Little Mamas" network
Corgi comment
Unruly do