What is another word for Summoned?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌmənd] (IPA)

When someone is summoned, it means they have been called upon or requested to attend a meeting or appointment. Synonyms for the word "summoned" include "called", "invited", "requested", "convened", "assembled", "gathered", "hailed", and "beckoned". Each of these terms conveys the idea of someone being asked or requested to come to a particular place. If someone is "invited" or "requested", this often implies that the request is polite and cordial. "Convened" and "assembled" suggest a more formal setting, such as a meeting or gathering. "Hailed" and "beckoned" imply a sense of urgency or summons. Regardless of the specific term used, each synonym for "summoned" emphasizes the importance of someone being summoned to a specific location or event.

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Usage examples for Summoned

In the case of this blind man, the authorities took steps to sift the matter; the parents were Summoned, and then the man himself.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
It came and was gone, and came again, even as he Summoned it, and he smoked on.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
When she knew that they had gone, Betty seemed to lose suddenly the strength she had Summoned to her for resistance; she had no more need of it; the long struggle was over.
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay

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