calling card

  1. a distinguishing characteristic or behavior
    bombs are a terrorist's calling cards
  2. a printed or written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited
  3. a card that is used instead of cash to make telephone calls
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How To Use calling card In A Sentence

  • bombs are a terrorist's calling cards
  • For a putative calling card from one of the most powerful crews around, this thing is stuffed bow-to-stern (geddit?) with U.S. rap instrumentals.
  • There were invitation cards and calling cards arranged along his mantelpiece, apparently casually but giving no doubt of his social success.
  • Those same songs sounded brawnier on stage, though, roughed up by Kelcey Ayer's percussion and their main calling card, massed three-part harmonies. Local Natives' catchy sound is eerily like Vampire Weekend
  • And though shortly afterwards he found work as a war photographer, when peace was declared, these were the pictures that he made his calling card. Times, Sunday Times
  • A self-designed, self-built home is itself a calling card for architects. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not far from the site of delivery of Earth's first extraterrestrial calling card was a pretty little dell.
  • They left behind pipe bombs as their calling cards, although no one was ever injured.
  •           Chaney opened the volume with curiosity and found a calling card with her name imprinted on one side, and the address of a government laboratory in Illinois written on the other. Two in Time
  • Viewers on either side of the world now share knowledge of these soft white papers, delicately wrapped parcels and small metal plates, the same shape as calling cards and full of curious codes.
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