summon

  • 21summon — summonable, adj. summoner, n. /sum euhn/, v.t. 1. to call upon to do something specified. 2. to call for the presence of, as by command, message, or signal; call. 3. to call or notify to appear at a specified place, esp. before a court: to summon …

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  • 22summon — verb 1 order a person to come to a place ADVERB ▪ hastily, urgently ▪ duly (esp. BrE) ▪ She was duly summoned for an interview. ▪ back PREPOSI …

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  • 23summon — Synonyms and related words: appeal, arouse, ask, assemble, attract, be attractive, beckon, bid, bid come, bring forth, bring out, bring to light, call, call away, call back, call for, call forth, call in, call out, call together, call up, call up …

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  • 24summon — verb 1》 authoritatively call on (someone) to be present, especially to appear in a law court. 2》 call people to attend (a meeting). 3》 (usu. summon something up) cause (a quality or reaction) to emerge from within oneself: she managed to summon… …

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  • 25summon — sum•mon [[t]ˈsʌm ən[/t]] v. t. 1) to call for the presence of, as by command, message, or signal 2) to call upon to do something specified 3) to call or notify to appear at a specified place, esp. before a court: to summon a witness[/ex] 4) to… …

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  • 26summon up — Synonyms and related words: annoy, arouse, awake, awaken, bid come, blow the coals, blow up, bring about, bring back, bring forth, bring out, bring to light, bring to mind, call, call away, call back, call for, call forth, call in, call out, call …

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  • 27summon — 01. I felt a little nervous when my boss [summoned] me to his office. 02. The villagers were [summoned] to appear before the Queen. 03. The army [summoned] reinforcements as the battle grew fiercer. 04. News correspondents in the region have been …

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  • 28summon up — 1) see summon 2) 2) PHRASAL VERB If something summons up a memory or thought, it causes it to come to your mind. [LITERARY] [V P n (not pron)] The oddest events will summon up memories …

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  • 29summon — [ˈsʌmən] verb [T] 1) formal to officially order someone to come to a place He was urgently summoned to Washington for consultations.[/ex] 2) to manage to produce a quality or a reaction that helps you to deal with a difficult situation She could… …

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  • 30summon to — phr verb Summon to is used with these nouns as the object: ↑meeting …

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  • 31summon up — phr verb Summon up is used with these nouns as the object: ↑energy, ↑enthusiasm, ↑image, ↑spirit, ↑strength …

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  • 32summon — v 1. call, call upon, ask, invite, signal; bid, tell, request, ask for, call for; command, order, direct, require, adjure, charge, instruct, stipulate, demand, exact. 2. convoke, convene, muster, assemble, call together, convocate. 3. call to… …

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  • 33summon —   Ki i, kēnā, kāhea.   Also: kauoha, polo ai, kapakapa, hāluna.     To summon a spirit to possess, ho onoho …

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  • 34summon — v.tr. 1 call upon to appear, esp. as a defendant or witness in a lawcourt. 2 (usu. foll. by to + infin.) call upon (summoned her to assist). 3 call together for a meeting or some other purpose (summoned the members to attend). Phrases and idioms …

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  • 35summon — verb a) To call people together; to convene. Silence is primary, summoning presence to itself; so its a connection to the realm of origin. b) To ask someone to come; to send f …

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  • 36summon — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. call [for], send for; cite, arraign, subpoena; convoke; rouse, invoke, evoke. See command, lawsuit, extraction. n. subpoena, warrant, writ; call, invitation. See lawsuit, request. II (Roget s IV) v …

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  • 37summon up — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. recall, recollect, call to mind, be reminded; see remember 1 …

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  • 38summon — see MONSTER …

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  • 39summon — v. a. RG. 377, 504 …

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  • 40summon — sum·mon || sÊŒmÉ™n v. convene, assemble; send for, request the presence of; order to appear before a court; demand; rouse, call forth …

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