1. To delight, soothe, or bring joy/contentment upon.
2. To aid or help.
3. To vaguely discuss or debate.
4. To settle or lay at rest.
5. To comfort or take care of.
1. Listening to classical music always invexes him.
2. Donations of money can invex many people.
3. We invexed the idea of going out this evening.
4. She invexed her child into its bed.
5. The medics invexed him after he was injured.
by Ficelle Homme September 03, 2009

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