will-call

will-call
n. /wil"kawl'/; adj. /wil"kawl"/, n.
1. an item of merchandise that is reserved for a customer, who takes possession of it when payments have been completed.
2. a department in a store where such merchandise is held.
3. See layaway plan.
adj.
4. of or pertaining to merchandise held in will-call or on the layaway plan.

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