1. a challenge to a fight or duel
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How To Use call-out In A Sentence

  • Surely a plumber's call-out charge would have been cheaper? The Sun
  • This seemed distinctly cheaper than a single call-out charge for a plumber. Times, Sunday Times
  • And while the Bridlington lifeboatmen were at church, the Filey lifeboat had launched in case there was a call-out.
  • Voluntary organisations such as Civil Defence also need call-out plans to bring personnel in from their everyday activities in an effective manner and without undue delay.
  • Although sidearms are usually primary defensive weapons for officers on patrol, they are secondary on tactical SWAT call-outs where shoulder-fired arms generally take over.
  • Such firefighters are based at home and alerted to call-outs via bleepers.
  • This includes 24-hour roadside assistance, with no call-out charge and up to an hour's free roadside labour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Apparently many of his patients try to take him for a ride, feigning injuries to achieve compensation, while other call-outs are totally unnecessary.
  • When we pursued the contactor for recompense he started to send threatening letters demanding payment of his call-out charge. Times, Sunday Times
  • No one can tell until they arrive at the scene of an incident exactly how serious it will be, so every call-out is treated equally.
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