Call out

Call out,

Definition of Call out:

  1. Brief note or instruction added to a drawing or text, to draw attention to a particular section of the document.

  2. An instance of being summoned, especially in order to deal with an emergency or to do repairs.

  3. A letter, word, number, or symbol identifying an illustration or a specific part of one.

Synonyms of Call out

Affront, Arouse, Beard, Bellow out, Bid come, Bid defiance, Brave, Bring forth, Bring out, Bring to light, Call, Call away, Call back, Call for, Call forth, Call in, Call together, Call up, Challenge, Cite, Clamor, Confront, Conjure, Conjure up, Convene, Convoke, Cry out, Dare, Deduce, Defy, Demand, Derive, Double-dare, Drag out, Draw forth, Draw out, Educe, Elicit, Evoke, Face, Face out, Front, Get from, Get out of, Holler out, Indent, Induce, Invoke, Make an outcry, Make an uproar, Muster, Muster up, Obtain, Order up, Outcry, Outdare, Page, Pipe up, Preconize, Procure, Raise a clamor, Recall, Requisition, Rouse, Scream defiance, Secure, Send after, Send for, Serve, Shout out, Show fight, Sing out, Stare down, Stimulate, Subpoena, Summon, Summon forth, Summon up, Summons, Vociferate, Wangle, Wangle out of, Winkle out, Worm out, Worm out of, Yell out

How to use Call out in a sentence?

  1. I decided to call out the man on his lies and tell him that he needed to step up or find a new job at a different law firm.
  2. The editor wasnt happy with the magazines latest revisions and quickly scrawled a call out for the writers next to almost every paragraph.
  3. You may want to put a call out in a memo to make sure people understand the key points in it.
  4. A call-out charge.

Meaning of Call out & Call out Definition