calls Examples

EN[kɔlz] [kɔːlz] [kɑlz]

    Examples of calls in a Sentence

  • Examples of call
    1. above and beyond the call of duty ‎
    2. I went home after we had decided to call it a day. ‎
    3. An arrhythmic atonal aboration they call music out of satire perhaps.
    4. “[…] if you call my duds a ‘livery’ again there'll be trouble. It's bad enough to go around togged out like a life saver on a drill day, but I can stand that 'cause I'm paid for it. What I won't stand is to have them togs called a livery. […]”
    5. The drummers beat to call soldiers to their quarters.
    6. These hit-and-run LRDG attacks — “beat-ups,” the patrols were beginning to call them — continued, and added to the enemy's mounting difficulties.
    7. The drain is 'blocked, so we must call the plumber.
    8. The government claims it will call an election if this bill does not pass. Is it truly ready to do so, or is it bluffing?
  • Examples of calls
    1. Bart is predictably devastated, but the plot thread wraps itself up all too neatly when Bart gets Laura to see through Jimbo’s bad-boy façade by framing Jimbo for one of his own habitual crank calls to Moe.
    2. She calls on the neighbours, she's out half the time and doesn't answer the telephone, and when I start cribbing she just laughs.
    3. Should I decide if and when you should cum, You will ejaculate into an ice cube tray to be frozen for your "cumsicle treats" for future calls.
    4. Mr. Peimer fills his datebook with invitations from seemingly endless mailing and e-mail lists, faxes, phone calls and by being the friend of a friend.
    5. Praising nursery rhymes, Vita Sackville-West observed, The direct statement can seldom compare in aesthetic value with the oblique statement — which is probably the ultimate meaning that man sets on that strange devisement he calls art.
    6. Well before the mid-1970s, when digitalization ended the tone-based system, Joybubbles had stopped stealing calls.
    7. Mr. Spitzer’s proposal also calls for the creation of a state office that would be responsible for studying all cases that resulted in exonerations and looking for flaws in the system that led to those wrongful convictions.
  • Examples of called
    1. He employed his physician, Judah Morea, one of these converts, to draw up the famous astronomical tables, commonly called the Alphonsin; and likewise enjoined upon him the task of translating various Arabian treatises into Castilian.
    2. If we are "students of the Balatronic dialect" — a dialect so called from the "Balatrons" or professional buffons who invented most of it — we shall perhaps refer to its users as: — "Blunderkins, having their heads stuffed with nought but balderdash.
    3. The so-called “core” program where the majority of classes are taught in English is the least popular of all the school board’s options and is being abandoned by parents who demand immersion and biliteracy curriculum for their children.
    4. Sometimes what my father called bloodyhandedness is a virtue.
    5. "Screw you," she called after him. There was a though. She scoped out his lean, tight ass with interest. Bow chica wow wow.
    6. The bow guard— called ketoh by the Navajo— is worn around the wrist while shooting with a bow and arrow to protect from the stinging snap of a released bowstring.
  • Examples of call'd
    1. When they cross any great Water, or violent Fresh, or Torrent, they throw Tobacco, Puccoon, Peak, or some other valuable thing, that they happen to have about there, to intreat the Spirit presiding there, to grant them a safe passage. It is call'd a Fresh, when after very great Rains, or (as we suppose) after a great Thaw of the Snow and Ice lying upon the Mountains Page 43 to the North West, the Water descends, in such abundance into the Rivers, that they overflow the Banks which bound their Streams at other times.
    2. France was at such a Pinch..that they call'd their Ban and Arriere Ban, the assembling whereof had been long discussed, and in a manner antiquated.
    3. Glow-worms, lanthorn-flys may be call'd a living phosphorous
  • Examples of calling
    1. We are in the habit of calling those bodies of men anarchal which are in a state of effervescence. — Landor.
    2. The citizens like Ms. Yang who marched on People’s Square are wary of calling their event and the antitrain movement a protest.
    3. a clingy ex-girlfriend who won't stop calling
    4. "If you know me, perhaps you can tell me why I'm calling you?" "Would I be dumbshit enough to tell you? ...
    5. I tried calling, but she (or her phone) was engaged.
    6. The Icon weighs about 7.4 ounces, but carries a laptoplike price tag; it sells for $1,395 at www.levelstar.com and can also be ordered by calling toll free at (800) 315-2305.
    7. “As far as we can tell, Congress has never delegated so much power to an executive agency with so little to constrain the agency’s discretion,” the memorandum concluded, calling the result “a classic violation of the nondelegation principle.”
    8. The fashion press regarded her red carpet attire with derision, calling it orchidaceous and overly designed.
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Difficultness: Level 1
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Definiteness: Level 1
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