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summon to appear

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  • summon — sum·mon vt: to command by service of a summons to appear in court Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. summon I …   Law dictionary

  • summon — summon, summons, call, cite, convoke, convene, muster mean to demand the presence of persons or, by extension, things. Summon implies the exercise of authority or of power; it usually suggests a mandate, an imperative order or bidding, or urgency …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Summon — Sum mon, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Summoned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Summoning}.] [OE. somonen, OF. sumundre, semondre, F. semondre, from (assumed) LL. summon[e^]re, for L. summon[=e]re to give a hint; sub under + monere to admonish, to warn. See {Monition} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • summon — [sum′ən] vt. [ME somonen < OFr somondre < VL * submonere, for L summonere, to remind privily < sub , under, secretly + monere, to advise, warn: see MONITOR] 1. to call together; order to meet or convene 2. to order to come or appear;… …   English World dictionary

  • summon — summon, summons Summon is a verb only, whereas summons is a noun and verb. A summons (plural summonses) is an order to appear before a judge or magistrate, and to summons someone is to issue them with a summons. Summon is the ordinary word… …   Modern English usage

  • summon — c.1200, from Anglo Fr., O.Fr. sumundre summon, from V.L. *summundre to call, cite, from L. summonere hint to, from sub under + monere warn, advise (see MONITOR (Cf. monitor) (n.)). Summons authoritative call to be at a certain place for a certa …   Etymology dictionary

  • summon — ► VERB 1) authoritatively call on (someone) to be present, especially to appear in a law court. 2) urgently demand (help). 3) call people to attend (a meeting). 4) cause (a quality or reaction) to emerge from within oneself: she managed to summon …   English terms dictionary

  • summon — 01. I felt a little nervous when my boss [summoned] me to his office. 02. The villagers were [summoned] to appear before the Queen. 03. The army [summoned] reinforcements as the battle grew fiercer. 04. News correspondents in the region have been …   Grammatical examples in English

  • summon */*/ — UK [ˈsʌmən] / US verb [transitive] Word forms summon : present tense I/you/we/they summon he/she/it summons present participle summoning past tense summoned past participle summoned 1) formal to officially order someone to come to a place,… …   English dictionary

  • summon — sum|mon [ sʌmən ] verb transitive ** 1. ) FORMAL to officially order someone to come to a place, especially a court of law: summon someone to something: He was urgently summoned to Washington for consultations. summon someone to do something: She …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • summon — [[t]sʌ̱mən[/t]] summons, summoning, summoned 1) VERB If you summon someone, you order them to come to you. [FORMAL] [V n] Howe summoned a doctor and hurried over... [be V ed prep/adv] Suddenly we were summoned to the interview room... [be V ed to …   English dictionary

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