Callated in a sentence

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How to use callated in a sentence. Callated pronunciation.

Whether Doctor Holliday cal'lated so or not he did not say.
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Well, it may possibly be that he cal'lated he was carryin' about all your help that the craft would stand, as 'twas.
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The gossips among the townspeople winked and chuckled and cal'lated Fletcher Fosdick had better look out or his girl would be took into the firm of Z. Snow and Co. Issachar Price uttered sarcastic and sly innuendoes.
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I cal'lated to catch the Old Harry part sure, 'cause Captain Lote is always neat and fussy 'bout his desk.
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Al, what Mr. Fosdick means is had you cal'lated that, if you married his daughter, maybe her dad's money might help you and her to keep goin'?
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He cal'lated you'd better have it here, to read to yourself, fust.
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Twenty-eight hundred ain't exactly a million, Al, but it's a darn sight more than I ever cal'lated you'd make from that book.
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Mother, I've always kind of cal'lated that you had one man around this house.
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I told him I cal'lated you'd just as soon harness Jess and drive up and get her.
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Ezra said he never expected to get more than half his foot back, because the way that plaster stuck he cal'lated it would hang on to the rest.
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Daniel announced that he didn't know, but cal'lated to find out, and shuffled down the stairs.
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Besides, I cal'lated to find Zuby Jane out in the fo'castle here.
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You see we're a good piece on, and Solomon wouldn't hev come so fur if he'd cal'lated to get back to the schewner.
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Callated he was suffocatin'-seemed to need air.
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Examples of Callated

Example #1
It may be that he thought this cool inspection of and discussion concerning a stranger, even a juvenile stranger, somewhat embarrassing to its object.
Example #2
This boy's face must be more like his pa's, I cal'late.
Example #3
Any more might sink her.
Example #4
Captain Zelotes dropped his quiet sarcasm and spoke sharp and brisk: "See here," he said, "do you realize that this sheet of paper I've got here is what stands for a day's work done by you yesterday?
Example #5
Jane Kelsey and her set ragged the pair occasionally.
Example #6
Undiscovered, that is to say, by those by whom discovery would have meant calamity.