guestlist

[ gest-list ]

noun
  1. a list of guests invited to attend a social function.

Origin of guestlist

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How to use guestlist in a sentence

  • It had been given with an eye more to the menu than to the guest list, which was characteristic of Natalie's mental processes.

    Dangerous Days | Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Patricia was arranging the guest list, in collaboration with Mr. Maitland and the assistance of Annette and Victor.

    To Him That Hath | Ralph Connor
  • As they vanished round the corner to the lift, the head-porter studied the guest-list.

    The Carpet from Bagdad | Harold MacGrath
  • There was no one in the head-porter's bureau; thus, unobserved and unembarrassed, he was free to inspect the guest-list.

    The Carpet from Bagdad | Harold MacGrath
  • Then, with a finger slim and well-trimmed, he trailed up and down the guest-list.

    The Carpet from Bagdad | Harold MacGrath