Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The signal or call furnished by the ‘cue’ to speak or act one's part. See cue, n. 3.

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Examples

  • "Say, I'd like to know if you cue-call this giving me a fair show!" he demanded, flinging into Kent's sitting-room and dropping into a chair.

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