Thesaurus / call upon

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You cannot tell who may get it into his head to call upon you.

A Pirate of PartsRichard Neville

I hastened to call upon him, and, at the first appropriate pause in the conversation, I spoke to him of my engagement.

When many folk could read and books grew cheap there was no longer the need to call upon memory for the old-fashioned romances.

"Call upon me to-morrow, and I will give you another twenty pounds to free me from these bonds," said Greenwood.

The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4George W. M. Reynolds

He dared not call upon any of his friends for help, lest they be tarred with the brush that was blackening his name.

You should call upon an acquaintance who has recently returned from a prolonged absence.

I give Thee thanks as my constant benefactor; I call upon Thee as my sovereign protector.

To be sure then you have a right to be petitioners, and to call upon Him to assist you, so pure are your hands!

You did not tell us, Charlotte, that you had been in Washington; why did you not call upon your daughter?

Of course, she doesn't want to call upon him in a time like this.

The Ordeal of ElizabethElizabeth Von Arnim
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