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summoned

[ suhm-uhnd ]
/ ˈsʌm ənd /
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adjective
having been called on, called forward, or ordered to come, especially for a specific purpose or to a specific place, such as a court of law:The officers are responsible for presenting the summoned person immediately to a judge.The summoned experts congratulated one another on the prosperity and soundness of the business—just one month before the crisis erupted.
having been called forth by magic, as from a supernatural or demoniac realm:This scrap of parchment suggests that the queen spider is a summoned creature who has been trapped in the cave by a magical symbol painted on the wall.
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OTHER WORDS FROM summoned

un·sum·moned, adjective
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