Origin of summon
synonym study for summon
OTHER WORDS FROM summonsum·mon·a·ble, adjectivesum·mon·er, nounre·sum·mon, verb (used with object)un·sum·mon·a·ble, adjective
How to use summon in a sentence
Not being a part of the classroom ecosystem means he needs to summon great self-determination to daily sit in front of his laptop in his bedroom to attend classes.“I had to beg for books:” Indian international students are living the nightmare of online classes|Amanat Khullar|October 9, 2020|Quartz
Simple interventions, namely revamping the summons form to emphasize the court date and possibility of arrest and sending text reminders for an upcoming court appearance, help reduce no-show rates, researchers report online October 8 in Science.
The study evaluated these two policy changes to New York City’s summons process that were gradually phased in during 2016.
Research suggests that the brain may summon spirits as a means of coping with trauma, especially the pain of losing a loved one.
He and his neighbors watched on cable television as DeJoy, summoned before House and Senate committees in late August, insisted that cost-cutting, not politics, motivated the operational changes.In Detroit, chronic USPS delays undermine voters’ confidence in voting by mail|Lisa Rein, Kayla Ruble|October 5, 2020|Washington Post
In this case the midwife was afraid to go alone with her summoner, and begged that her husband might accompany her.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland
Thus I did until the summoner of death came to my abode, and disasters occurred before me.The Arabian Nights|Unknown
The 3rd represents the Summoner led away, but this time neither to profit nor to pleasure, by his horned companion.
He had a Summoner ready to his hand, who worked under this strict archdeacon with equal severity.
Thank you, said the greedy Summoner; and they shook hands, and promised to be staunch friends and sworn brothers till they died!