The yardmaster has onecaller and the roundhouse foreman another.
This letter Beethoven sent to Peters from Baden on September 13 in evidence of his presumption that Piringer, who was a daily caller at the Steiner establishment, had gossipped about the relations between him and Peters.
I shall be on time, easily, but the caller has not kept his appointment.
Good morning, Jay," called the editor, who was able to see the caller from his chair at the breakfast table.
The widow was speaking in a high-pitched voice, reprimanding the caller for having misled her regarding the record stone found on her land.
The caller stepped across the threshold and the door swung shut.
The clerk returned, smiling with extreme graciousness, and informed the caller that he was to walk straight back.
She folded her hands primly, and held up her bonneted head in the darkness, like some decorous and formal caller who might expect at any moment to hear the soft, heavy step of the host upon the creaking stair and his voice in the room.
After an hour's rest, during which the caller drank water until they feared for its effect on him, he filled his water bags from the water hole and lashed them to his pony and mounted.
He the caller was a 'number one blad man,' only he expressed it with some further words to emphasize his point.
By the way, Mr. Lang, we had another caller, a distant caller to-day.
I have an idea that our late caller must have heard them and that it was he who answered.
I went to the Chicago Convention," the caller said, "as a friend of Mr. Seward.
This was a point the caller was not willing to debate, and so he cut his call short.
The caller was engaged in a voluble endeavor to put his capabilities in the most favorable light, when the President interrupted him with the remark that he would be compelled to make the interview short, as his doctor was due.
It was Lincoln's custom to hold an informal reception once a week, each caller taking his turn.
The caller talked fluently, but at no time did he give advice or suggest a way to put down the Confederacy.
If you once forfeit the confidence of your fellow-citizens," he said to a caller at the White House, "you can never regain their respect and esteem.
Then she stopped and looked at hercaller in some distress.
The caller looked somewhat amazed when Helen ushered her into the room.
The caller broached the reason for her visit at once, when she saw Mr. Starkweather.
She led the caller through the hall to Mary Boyle's little suite of rooms.
It is in bad taste for a caller to preface his or her departure by consulting a watch, remarking, "Now I must go," or insinuating that the hostess is weary of the visitor.
If strangers are in the room when a caller rises to leave, courtesy requires only a slight bow in passing.
Train the door-servant to admit any caller promptly, show them to the parlor, bring up their cards at once, and return with your answer or message.
It is a breach of etiquette for a caller to open or shut a door, raise or lower a window curtain, or in any way alter the arrangement of a room.
A yard caller had summoned the train-crew while the roundhouse caller was rounding up the two men of the engine-crew.
The caller tells the engineer and fireman to report at the roundhouse at 5:45 A.
For the first of these there is a smile--the caller is a big shipper, big enough to go to the head of the line and have instant access to the boss.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "caller" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.