Synonyms for Call:

n.

booking, book on, afloat, aisle seat, aboard, Booking office, board, bookable, hail, ARR, bus. duty, trust, commitment, responsibility, accountability, obligation, compulsion, concern, note, onus, guardianship. go by, answer to, name after, reveille, trumpet call, command, taps, number off, call after, summons. AIRLINK, air rage, proposal, request, air mile, airfare, invitation, appeal, baggage storage, baggage check, airline, aerial, bidding, accompanied baggage, baggage allowance. arraign, bluster, bring, affirm, appear, allow, yawp, bring before, halloo. convoke, convene, summon, chant, muster, rage. direct marketing, churn rate, group, round up, customer care, get together, assemble, cluster, congregate, collect, gather, cross-selling, buyer's market, aftermarket, detail, credit rating. dub, specific, style, denominate, burglar alarm, buzzer, alarm bell, baptize, entitle, car alarm, the all clear, words, fire alarm. decision, decision making, option, alternative, choice, characterize, selection, have your pick of something, possibility. drive, will, aspiration, resolve, ambition, motivation, buzz, dial, energy, perseverance, dynamism. look up, seek, go around, drop in, come over, drop by, call on, come by, pop in, swing by, pay someone/something a visit/call, look-in, run-in. gauge, judge, foresight, overestimate, put two and two together, underestimate, surmise, hazard, guess, project, estimate, read between the lines. entreaty, demand, praise, castigate, dress down, call on the carpet, let someone have it, scold, rap, admonish, bawl out, reproach, reprimand, chastise, upbraid, rebuke, chide, application, reprove, tax, attack, lambaste, solicitation, chew out, plea, order. impute to, lay something at someone's door, charge, level at, apportion, dish out, stick on. orchestrate, organize, plan, arrange, hold, choreograph, set up, stage, prepare. insist, implore, order up, ask for, want, call away. premonition, presentiment, prophecy, prediction, precognition. baa, hiss, croak. place, stake, toss, back, gamble, bet, break the bank, put money on something, put on. ejaculation. grand slam, hand, dealer, full house, cards, dummy, flush. linesman, officiate, commentary box, card, book. EFL, ESOL, IELTS, ESP, ELT, EAP, ESL, limited English proficient, EAL. illustrate, paint, pin down, define, exemplify, delineate, set forth, set out, profile. gesture, step, choreographer, footwork, choreographic, dance, kick, choreography. cold call, prank call, collect call, P2P, conference call, person-to-person, courtesy call, long-distance. round, open house, flying visit, circuit, whistle-stop tour, conducted tour. guesswork, speculation, a stab in the dark, guesstimate, conjecture. call/bring/throw something into question, sow fear/doubt/confusion etc., cast doubt on something, shake someone's belief/confidence/faith. alarm (noun)
notice, signal, foghorn, horn, alert, beacon, flare, buoy, whistle, warning, bell, alarm, caution, semaphore, siren.
appeal (noun)
solicitation.
call (noun)
birdcall, bid, shout, phone, margin call, visit, vociferation, call up, telephone, hollo, shout out, holler, scream, song, yell, telephone call, predict, outcry, address, promise, foretell, call-in, call off, cry, prognosticate, anticipate, claim, forebode, birdsong, squall, call option, phone call, ring.
call for (noun)
demand, collect.
call on (noun)
invitation, order, shout, ring, request, bell, cry, summons, bid, summon, buzz, signal, shriek, scream, plea, visit, yell, appeal, claim, command, demand.
command (noun)
will, bidding.
communication (noun)
claim, telephone call, phone call.
cry (noun)
song, whinny, ejaculation, moo, caw, groan, meow.
demand, announcement (noun)
order, visit, bidding, summons, appeal, request, invitation, notice, proposal, solicitation, plea.
need, cause for action (noun)
obligation, claim.
normal sound of animal (noun)
roar, note, warble, chirp, shriek, song.
obligation (noun)
obligation.
on call (noun)
standing by.
ready (noun)
standing by, alerted, available, prepared.
request (noun)
request.
telephone call (noun)
collect call.
ululation (noun)
cuckoo, whinny, cluck, bark, bawl, purr, cry, bay, hoot, quack, bellow, ululation, snarl, trill, growl, yelp, caw, moo, bleat, grunt, coo, cackle, neigh, meow, squeal, warble, gobble, mew, snort, honk, crow, chirp, howl, chatter, roar, twit, bray, squawk.
visit (noun)
look-in.
yelled statement (noun)
holler, yell, command, yawp, alarm, signal, cry, hail, shout, whoop, scream.

v.

arrange meeting (verb)
convoke, gather, summon, bid, muster, assemble, convene, telephone, phone, collect.
attempt to communicate by telephone (verb)
ring, buzz.
cry (verb)
holler, yell, clamor, whoop, cheer, shout, exclaim, groan, scream, shriek, moan.
demand or announce action (verb)
charge.
entitle (verb)
designate, title, baptize, term, address, name, christen, denominate, label, style, dub.
estimate, consider (verb)
judge, guess, prognosticate, foretell, place, predict.
name (verb)
tag, title, christen, name, designate, label, term, identify.
ululate (verb)
cuckoo, whinny, cluck, bark, bawl, purr, cry, bay, hoot, quack, bellow, ululate, snarl, trill, growl, yelp, caw, moo, bleat, grunt, coo, cackle, neigh, meow, squeal, warble, gobble, mew, snort, honk, crow, chirp, howl, chatter, roar, twit, bray, squawk.
visit at residence or business (verb)
pop in, swing by, come over, look up, come by, drop by, drop in.
yell declaration (verb)
exclaim, hoot, howl, bellow, bawl.

Other synonyms:

look up, prank call, cross-selling, taps, drop by, choreography, conference call, direct marketing, baa, answer to, demand, call after, stick on, IELTS, the tote, choreographer, churn rate, fire alarm, invitation, bobble, person-to-person, limited English proficient, flying visit, aftermarket, EAL, burglar alarm, betting, whistle-stop tour, EFL, collect call, ESOL, commentary box, entitle, credit rating, busy signal, look-in, swing by, ELT, car alarm, buyer's market, level at, dub, cold call, choreographic, halloo, bet, EAP, name after, ESL, command, the all clear, croak, arraign, odds, appeal, even money, customer care, buzzer, spread betting, number off, conducted tour, courtesy call. circuit, across the board, come over, come by, grand slam, dealer, yawp, ESP, linesman, bluster, denominate, bring before, alarm bell, chop down, full house, choreograph, congregate, long-distance, footwork, officiate, apportion, flutter, summon. dish out, open house, detail, dial, appear, baptize, characterize, call on, go around, go by, buzz, allow, caller, hiss, shuffle. flush, dance, busy, collect. dummy, come off. hand, dive, cut off, come-on, judge, step. hold. round, kick, blank, gather. charge. block, card, book. raise. put on. lead. pass. cut. admonish
scold.
call in
call-in.
come by
come over, pop in, drop by.
command
call on.
congregate
assemble.
invitation
bidding.
invocation
summons.
meet
convoke.
name
denominate, title, name.
reveille
trumpet call.
shout out
exclaim.
telephone
phone.
visit
swing by, drop in.
Other relevant words:
dub, characterize, muster, entitle, summon, bidding, call up, plea, order, phone, invitation, allow, telephone, option, phone call, claim, request, demand, denominate, surmise, appeal, summons, bid, define, telephone call, buzz, style, visit, ring, entreaty.

Usage examples for call

  1. A- a- what did you call it? – Cap'n Warren's Wards by Joseph C. Lincoln
  2. You call Amynias a woman. – The Clouds by Aristophanes
  3. Call yourself his friend! – News from the Duchy by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch