Definition of beckons. Meaning of beckons. Synonyms of beckons

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Definition of beckons

Beckon
Beckon Beck"on, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Beckoned (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Beckoning.] To make a significant sign to; hence, to summon, as by a motion of the hand. His distant friends, he beckons near. --Dryden. It beckons you to go away with it. --Shak.
Beckon
Beckon Beck"on, n. A sign made without words; a beck. ``At the first beckon.' --Bolingbroke.

Meaning of beckons from wikipedia

- oblivion beckons as being the band's most varied album. the album reached #8 on cmj. 'absolute horizon' – 5:00 'nadir' – 3:41 'oblivion beckons' – 3:54
- a beckoning sign is a type of gesture intended to beckon or call-over someone or something. it is usually translated into 'come here'. this form of nonverbal
- the darkness beckons (isbn 0-939748-32-0) is the definitive book on the history of uk cave diving. it was written by martyn farr, a major figure in uk
- the beckoning s**** is a novel by e. v. timms. it was po****r, selling 10,000 copies within its first year. the novel was adapted for radio in 1954.
- the beckoning lady is a crime novel by margery allingham, first published in 1955, in the united kingdom by chatto & windus, london and in the united
- the beckoning silence is a 2007 british television film that follows and retraces the unsuccessful attempt to scale the north face of the eiger led by
- establishment and beckons in new visitors, bringing prosperity as a reward to the charitable proprietor. ever after, the 'beckoning cat' has been a symbol
- the author of the darkness beckons, regarded as the definitive book on the history of uk cave diving. the darkness beckons - the history and development