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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of call out.
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“Haunted house,” Sam calls out every time they pass the uninhabited structure at the corner of Melendres and Court, on their way home.
The workmen that God calls out in the world are not to make the fining-pot, but men that work in mortar and brick, fit to build a great furnace.
THIRTYSOMETHING A wrap dress calls out to you from the wild.
To steer the cart, O'Neill calls out "haw" to tell the dogs to go left and "gee" to tell them to go right.
If he wants a dipper of iced-water, he calls out to the first plebe he sees in some such manner as this: "Oh! Mr. --, don't you want to borrow my dipper for a little while?"
“Low-Cost Tractor Forks!” when Sherri suddenly calls out from the stove, “Oh West, hon, the weatherman said the pollen count is low right now, so this would be a good day for you to take care of those weeds by the mailbox.”