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will-call

Syllabification: will-call

Definition of will-call in English:

adjective

chiefly US
Relating to or denoting a place (typically a ticket window or office) where items that have been paid for in advance can be picked up: those picking up tickets at the will-call window must use the Trumbull entrance
More example sentences
  • Listen, you take the tickets, they're at the Will-Call window.

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