calling up[ kawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF calling up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALLING UP
If he doesn't stop, she's at the foot of the stairs, calling up to him.
It was Pete at last He was calling up at the window from the path below.
I left him in the telephone booth, just now, calling up Dykeman.
Calling up all her courage, his sister struck and cut off the head.
Aubertin admired his histrionic powers in calling up this look.
Calling up all her courage, she left her room on her errand.
It's my name they are calling up aloft, or so it seems to me.
She's calling up mere boys who ought to be at their schoolbooks.
By calling up the penitentiary you will learn that he is still there.
After a while I heard Ida calling up and down the paths for me.
early 14c., from call (v.). Sense of "a short formal visit" is from 1862.