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Similar words: consummatesummersummitsummarymidsummersummationin commoncommonlyMeaning: ['sʌmənz]  n. 1. a request to be present 2. an order to appear in person at a given place and time 3. a writ issued by authority of law; usually compels the defendant's attendance in a civil suit; failure to appear results in a default judgment against the defendant. v. call in an official matter, such as to attend court. 
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1 He who talks much of his happiness summons grief. 
2 The judge must issue a summons .
3 She received a summons to appear in court the following week.
4 I received a summons to the Palace from Sir Robert Fellowes, the Queen's private secretary.
5 I stayed in that night awaiting her summons.
6 The summons was served by a bailiff.
7 The police have been unable to serve a summons on him.
8 She had received a summons to appear in court.
9 The summons can be served on either of the partners in the business.
10 The summons was served upon the defendant.
11 I sat outside the boss's office awaiting my summons.
12 You must obey the king's summons.
13 They served a summons on the young man.
14 Mr Clarke's insurance company had issued a summons for unpaid mortgage repayments.
15 She was ready when the summons duly came.
16 He received a court summons for non-payment of tax.
17 The police have taken out a summons against the drivers of both cars involved in the accident.
18 She responded immediately to the summons from the head teacher.
19 Her neighbours took out a summons against her for noise nuisance.
20 He arrived panting in answer to Blake's summons.
21 On the stroke of seven,[] a gong summons guests into the dining-room.
22 I received an urgent summons to her office.
23 Each person served with a summons will be given six weeks before they have to appear in the Magistrates' Court.
24 In the summer of 1780 came the long-awaited summons.
25 But in February, 1991, he received a summons to appear before magistrates on an allegation that he owed £269.40.
26 He had been accused of a drug offence but police had been unable to serve a summons on him .
27 Police said they had been unable to serve a summons on 25-year-old Lee Jones.
28 Forest townships were compelled to pay the warden large sums of money if they did not attend Forest inquests at his summons.
29 Since the courts do not have the resources to pursue them, those who ignore the jury summons suffer no penalty.
30 The neighbours did get the work done eventually - when their son arrived - in answer to a very urgent summons from his parents.
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