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solicited

[ suh-lis-i-tid ]
/ səˈlɪs ɪ tɪd /
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Definition of solicited

adjective
sought by means of a request or invitation; asked for:The journal publishes both solicited and unsolicited articles.
asked or invited to do, provide, or contribute to something:She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and serves as a solicited reviewer of NASA education products.
approached with an offer to engage in the exchange of sex for money:A police officer was arrested after literally being caught on duty with his pants down in the company of a solicited prostitute.
influenced or incited to action, especially wrong or illegal action:If the solicited party accomplishes the contemplated act, the one who instigated it may be punished as an accessory.
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Origin of solicited

OTHER WORDS FROM solicited

un·so·lic·it·ed, adjective
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