call

11 ENTRIES FOUND:

call

noun

Definition of CALL

1
a natural vocal sound made by an animal <a ranger who could immediately identify the call of every creature in the forest>
Synonyms cry, note
2
a coming to see another briefly for social or business reasons <we paid a call on the new neighbors the day after they moved in>
Synonyms visit, visitation
3
a communication by telephone <give me a call as soon as you arrive, so I'll know you got there safely>
Synonyms buzz, ring
4
an act or instance of asking for information <put out a call for background information about the suspect>
Near Antonyms answer, reply, response
5
an entitlement to something <you have no call to insult people>
Synonyms call, dibs, pretense (or pretence), pretension, right
6
a position arrived at after consideration <I told you my preference for a cruise destination, but it's your call>
Near Antonyms deadlock, draw, halt, stalemate, standoff, tie
7
the state of being sought after especially for purchase <there's not much call for classical music in this neck of the woods>
Synonyms call, market, request

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