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antonomasia the substitution of a title or epithet in place of a name, as in calling a princess "her highness". [2 definitions]
challenge a calling into question; demand for justification. [1/7 definitions]
cheerlead to encourage fans of a sports team to cheer during a sports event, usually by calling out special types of yells and chants that fans can join in with.
cluck to make the sharp, throaty noise of a hen brooding or calling chicks. [1/4 definitions]
entice to lure or tempt, as by calling attention to the possible benefits of an action.
habeas corpus in law, a writ calling for a detained person to be brought before a court, designed to insure against unlawful detention or imprisonment.
invocation the act or process of invoking, esp. of calling out to a god, muse, or the like, for help, support, or inspiration. [2/4 definitions]
suggestion the calling to mind of an idea by analogy or association. [1/6 definitions]
toll2 a fee for a service, esp. that of long-distance telephone calling. [1/3 definitions]
trick or treat a tradition practiced by children at Halloween, consisting of calling on neighbors while dressed in a costume and saying the words "trick or treat!" in order to receive a treat such as candy. [1/2 definitions]
unanimous consent agreement a means by which the U.S. Senate expedites legislative proceedings, calling for members to agree upon a set of terms by which procedures surrounding a piece of legislation will be conducted. Unanimous consent agreements specify items such as a time limit for debate on a bill and who will control the debate.
visit an act of calling to see a person or place. [2/9 definitions]
vocation a strong desire or urge to choose a particular career, esp. a religious calling. [1/2 definitions]
vocative of, relating to, or used for calling or addressing.
writ of habeas corpus a legal order calling for a detained person to be brought before a court, designed to insure against unlawful detention or imprisonment.