When persons are invited on one's premises for mutual advantage, the inviter owes the duty of ordinary care.
It is disrespectful to the inviter to shun any of her guests.
Moreover, the very fact of an invitation to one's house implies confidence on the part of the inviter.
I consider myself invited to Worcester once for all, and many thanks to the inviter.
Alan Fairford resolved that his friend's hospitality should not, as it seemed the inviter intended, put a stop to his queries. '
Popular preachers were invited to hold forth in this pulpit, but the Bishop was the inviter.
Cutbill felt all the awkwardness that is commonly experienced when a man is asked to be his own inviter.
An invitation: You can't go in there without an invite (1615+)