(third-person singular simple present uninvites, present participle uninviting, simple past and past participle uninvited)
- To cancel or withdraw an invitation.
- The prefix dis- gives a more negative implication to disinvite than the neutral implicaiton un- gives to uninvite. One might "uninvite" guests because one had more than an anticipated number of acceptances. One might "disinvite" someone for a reason specific to the person.
un- + invite