[ UK /kˈɔːlɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkɔɫɝ/ ]
  1. providing coolness
    a cooling breeze
    `caller' is a Scottish term as in `a caller breeze'
  2. fresh
    caller fish
  1. someone who proclaims or summons in a loud voice
    the callers were mothers summoning their children home for dinner
  2. a person who announces the changes of steps during a dance
    you need a fiddler and a caller for country dancing
  3. a social or business visitor
    the room was a mess because he hadn't expected company
  4. the person who convenes a meeting
    who is the caller of this meeting?
  5. an investor who buys a call option
  6. the person initiating a telephone call
    there were so many callers that he finally disconnected the telephone
  7. the bettor in a card game who matches the bet and calls for a show of hands
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How To Use caller In A Sentence

  • The caller urges the often elderly victims to transfer their money to a'safe' account set up in their name. Times, Sunday Times
  • You pull out the pressure cuff, pump the bubble thing, staring at the gismo that resembles your caller ID. Full Tilt Boogie
  • Corpus Christi Caller - Riggins handed me a three-weight fly rod with a green popper tied to its tippet.
  • Paddy is a frequent caller to his friends in Galway when he is there on business.
  • You could be very secluded, I promise - Marian would guard you like a tigress from unwanted callers. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Otherwise the routing strategy depends on the caller's destination.
  • We would have make it earlier, but I procrastinated with completed and sealed ballots sitting on my desk for a couple of days -- no good excuse, but the reminders to spare the GOTC callers (and ourselves) reminder calls goosed me into action. BlueOregon
  • The lanai is the favorite reception room, and here at any social function the musical program is given and cakes and ices are served; here morning callers are received, or gay riding parties, the ladies in pretty divided skirts, worn for convenience in riding astride, Following the Equator
  • The campaign warns people not to let the caller in if they are suspicious, or to be pressured into a hasty decision and pay any money up front.
  • One of the callers threatened to take action against the attackers.
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