I am going through some Kanji and I was looking for the usage of 召す when I came across the following translation (from jisho.org):
1: (Honorific or respectful language) to call; to invite; to send for; to summon;
2: to eat; to drink;
3: to put on; to wear;
4: to ride;
5: to catch (a cold); to take (a bath); to tickle (one's fancy); to put on (years); to commit (seppuku);
6: to do;
7: (Archaism) honorific suffix used after the -masu stem of a verb
I think I understand 2: 召し上がる is a polite version of eat/drink. There is even one example sentence on jisho.org:
ワインがお気に召すといいのですが。= I hope the wine is to your taste.
(I think the English translation is not grammatical but I guess the meaning is clear)
But I'm unclear about the other meanings. Could someone provide example sentences on how I can use 召す?