- v. Simple past tense and past participle of call out.
““Arnie?” she called out when his directions ended at a wooden ladder.”
“I saw it clear as day: One of them, Tommy Ferraro by name, called out “Yo, Locke!” in a jovial enough tone, and when I turned around, the cretin chest-passed the ball straight into my nose.”
““Free Frappuccinos,” Mrs. Richards called out over the loud techno beats as a picture of Anabel and Julia holding frosty coffee drinks took over the screen.”
““Watch out,” Adam called out as Kat held Pretty Boy up near the edge of the boat to look at a toucan perched in a tree on the shore.”
““Once a month your Water Wings will use their practice time to throw a school-wide poolside bash,” Mrs. Richards called out over the noise.”
“As I ran to join the other girls, Lee Beth Pruitt called out to me.”
“Maggie stood next to Aimee as Mrs. McDougall leaned across the front seat and called out the open window.”
“Brian! she called out again as she swung the door open.”
““Alicia!” he called out to the biologist, who had just hurried into view nearby.”
“The front door opened and she called out to me, Alva Jane!”
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