other words for call up
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
"He's going to call up Bothwell to tell him I've gone," was my guess.
Being a native of New York, it had been his instinctive thought to call up the hat-shop and demand the return of its delivery-boy.
That brandy was to call up his reserves, to let him have strength to take full advantage of the opening when it came.
To describe is to call up a picture in the mind of the hearer.
And whom can we call up, of our early companions, who has not left us to regret his loss?
It is the red of the Pompeian walls, and the rich tint seems to call up the matchless traceries of the ancients.
The belief that it was possible to call up the souls of the dead by means of spells was almost universal in antiquity.
Or you study them for a realistic novel, or you call up that touch of nature our great poet talks of.
He had found these tools all rusty, and spent all afternoon cleaning them, and now this man was bound to call up the police.
Though some of the names are not happily chosen, they call up many episodes of parade gaiety and jauntiness, or warlike fire.