beckon

[ bek-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF beckon

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Squalor and tragedy can beckon to all that is great in us, and strengthen the wings of love.

They can beckon; it is not certain that they will, for they are not love's servants.

But they can beckon, and the knowledge of this incredible truth comforted him.

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

The leader will then repeat louder, or beckon to the scout to come in nearer.

As for Ivan, people might chatter and beckon as they would, his interest in them was gone.

They saw the professor dance wildly around and beckon to them.

Then the open door of the saloon seemed to beckon an invitation.

The spectre seemed to beckon and to smile as he faded from my sight.

I've no energy, no aspirations; because there's nothing in the future to beckon me on.

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