Definition of Beckons

1. Verb. (third-person singular of beckon) ¹



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Definition of Beckons

1. beckon [v] - See also: beckon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beckons

becked
becker
becker antigen
beckers
beckes
becket
becket bend
beckets
becking
beckon
beckoned
beckoner
beckoners
beckoning
beckonings
beckons (current term)
becks
beclad
beclam
beclamor
beclamored
beclamoring
beclamors
beclap
beclasp
beclasped
beclasping
beclasps
beclaw
beclawed

Literary usage of Beckons

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1. The Life of James J. Hill by Joseph Gilpin Pyle (1917)
"CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR AGAIN THE ORIENT beckons OF THE many and varied activities of Mr. Hill at this period, two are especially pronounced. ..."

2. Art and Artists. by Rosswell William Haskins (1851)
"man, and free as the spirit that beckons him onward, in his career of greatness, and true glory. The world—at least the modern world—has ever been a great ..."

3. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"Him-seems, she beckons mild. Him-thinks he hears, In every place, (bidding him send for Joseph!) Rosmerta's voice. In vision he THE CHRIST Beheld, ..."

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