Thesaurus / beckon

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She lifted one beautifully rounded alabaster arm, and made a sign as if to beckon him towards her.

BurlesquesWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

Like the Mexicans they beckon with their hands by making downward movements with their fingers.

Mars, a dull rusty point of light low on the horizon, seemed to beckon.

The Hills of HomeAlfred Coppel

Did he think then that he had but to beckon and she would come—and at this late day, she asked herself.

Miss BillyEleanor H. Porter

Holding up his hand to beckon Lucy to stop, he sat eyeing them intently.

He took a step toward her, and the rippling scarf seemed to beckon him on.

The PrisonerAlice Brown

Females stroll about the streets, beckon to the men, stare at them, whistle and cry psh!

Her father turned his dim eye towards her as she entered, but had scarcely strength to speak, or beckon her with his hands.

Michael PenguyneWilliam H. G. Kingston

Some shining Utopia will beckon him also with beautiful illusion into the shadowy future.

Each jagged and fantastic point of overhanging rock seemed to beckon me forward.

The White ShieldBertram Mitford

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