summon[ suhm-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF summon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUMMON
We summon all our knowledge of the past and we scan all signs of the future.
If I could summon any one of the three to my aid and comfort I would.
Rising, he called one of the servants, and bade her summon Margaret.
Abruptly the man turned in his chair to summon a waiter, and exposed his profile.
"I will summon her," said the Lady Abbess, and sank into the ground.
She tried to summon the words to her lips and have them ready.
This should be none other than the Honourable George, whom I would now summon.
There was time for no more, and Saunders proceeded to summon the delinquent.
The captains come to the walls of Mansoul, and summon the town to surrender.
It gave him a minute or two in which to summon his soul to face the position.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUMMON
- appeal to
- bring on
- give invitation
- have in
- have over
- include as guest
- prevail on
- send invitation