Third-person singular simple present indicative form of summons. (verb)
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Use "summonses" in a sentence
"Archie had received several summonses from the English governors of Stirling and Lanark to come in and do homage to Edward, but he had resolutely declined, and the task of capturing his castle was too heavy a one to be undertaken by any single garrison; still he saw that the time must come, sooner or later, when he would have to choose between surrender and death."
"The summonses were the first formal action against hundreds of white farmers defying eviction orders under a government program to confiscate white-owned land for redistribution to blacks."
"This must include use of other official languages in court processes such as summonses, writs of execution etc. Public Education"