beckon

[v] - appear inviting 2. [v] - summon with a wave, nod, or some other gesture 3. [v] - signal with the hands or nod
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Beckon

Beck'on transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Beckoned ; present participle & verbal noun Beckoning .] To make a significant sign to; hence, to summon, as by a motion of the hand. « His distant friends, he beckons nea...
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Beckon

Beck'on noun A sign made without words; a beck. 'At the first beckon .' Bolingbroke.
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beckon

wave verb signal with the hands or nod; `She waved to her friends`; `He waved his hand hospitably`
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beckon

verb appear inviting; `The shop window decorations beckoned`
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Beckon

• (n.) A sign made without words; a beck. • (v. t.) To make a significant sign to; hence, to summon, as by a motion of the hand.
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