call out[ kawl-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF call out
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"Well, they may call out, if they want to," said their father.
I am always inclined to call out, Church, Count five-and-twenty, Tattycoram.'
I'll call out to him, Arthur, if you don't give over speaking to me.
Now then, old Jenkins, I'll go about and you call out when I come to the right spot.
A little gag for you, Grant, so you will not be tempted to call out.
Mme. de Plougastel attempted to call out, but her voice refused its office.
They should have short names given them, which will be easy to call out.
She tried to call out to him, and the words caught in her throat and choked her.
But the yeos (meaning the yeomen) will call out mightily,—'Piper!
But not one would mind me; and then suddenly I heard some one call out my name.