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Example sentences for "beckon"

Lexicographically close words:
becaze; bechune; beck; becke; beckets; beckoned; beckoning; beckons; becks; becloud
  1. Did not the future beckon to him with glorious promise?

  2. In their majestic and sunny beauty they seemed to beckon and to lure you on.

  3. Soaring amid the fragrant breeze, Adrift with the blackbirds And fluttering leaves, My freedom will beckon me Rise higher still And my spirit, unshackled, Will lounge on the clouds To create wistful visions Of heaven above.

  4. One need not beckon unto time, Master of the endless hours Both passed and yet to come.

  5. Success is like the sky When clouds roll away And beckon to the sun To brighten up your day.

  6. Beckon no more, shades of the noble dead!

  7. Dusk arms upreaching from the sea, And shadow-faces, seen and gone, Toward an isle did beckon me, Beyond the farthest gates of dawn.

  8. You will ever seem to beckon me forwards.

  9. Something better will beckon you by and by, if you will only begin.

  10. It seemed to beckon him, to beckon him away from the hollow, heartless world in which he had hitherto lived.

  11. It seemed to her so natural, so reasonable, that he should desert her when this siren with the melting eyes, the caressing laugh, should beckon him; for who could have resisted her?

  12. All spring through they falter and follow, Wander, and beckon the roving tide, Wheel and float with the veering swallow, Lift you a voice from the blue hillside.

  13. And the purple mountains beckon Upward to their mysteries.

  14. I, however, have no necessity to hide myself; no misfortune hovers over me, honor and gladness beckon me on.

  15. Thousands deserted; thousands fled to escape death, which seemed to mock at and beckon to them from every pointed rock and every dark cavern.

  16. She saw them draw together and take counsel, and then, without speaking, beckon her insistently to join them.

  17. The other two travellers also obeyed the beckon of his hand; and in Spanish, he directed them likewise, to put themselves under the protection of the Italian valet.

  18. Louis obeyed the beckon of his governor to the side of his bed, and there he received his instructions respecting the papers he had brought.

  19. We and our machines, both, hewing away on the infinite, beckon and are still.

  20. Their murky faces beckon me From the spaces of the coolness of the sea Their fitful bodies away against the skies.

  21. What are trials but angels to beckon us nearer to Him!

  22. O, "vanished hand," still beckon to us from the Eternal Heights!

  23. The Africans all beckon with the hand, to call a person, in a different way from what Europeans do.

  24. The bow seemed to beckon to him, the pretty pearl screws to smile at him out of their red setting.

  25. S'pose it should beckon--; s'pose it should beckon to me.

  26. I kind of figure it'll beckon when it wants me.

  27. And then, as though this horror left nothing more to be shown, they felt the Professor beckon to them from Earth.

  28. The shadow seemed to run to Rodriguez and beckon him thence: even Morano felt them calling.

  29. But Time did beckon to the flowers, and they, By noon, most cunningly did steal away, And wither'd in my hand.

  30. Snow-peaks which glittered white against the nightly sky, barring in the horizon of the narrow valley, and yet seeming to beckon upwards, outwards.

  31. So on I went, down the broad, bright road, which seemed to beckon me forward into the unknown expanses of human life.

  32. The captain's stateroom opening straight on deck under the bridge, I had only to beckon from the doorway to Almayer, who had remained aft, with downcast eyes, on the very spot where I had left him.

  33. Some hand seems to beckon us, some voice to call, to mysterious paradises of inconceivable green freshness and supernaturally beautiful flowers, fairy fastnesses of fragrance and hidden castles of the dew.

  34. To the hope that still may beckon we say: "Well, what though you be fulfilled, you will pass, like the rest.

  35. The seventh tee is reached by a carefully planned, fatiguing flight of steps to the top of a bluff, where three churches at the back beckon so many recording angels to swell the purgatory lists.

  36. In the middle distance a glorious sycamore draws you to the left, and a file of elms beckon the sliced way to a marsh, wilderness of grass and an overgrown gully whence no balls return.

  37. As soon as I saw them so nearly I said to myself, "How is it they did not beckon Burns to some grand attempt at an Epic.

  38. It was a mild day in early autumn, when the pale messenger came to beckon him away.

  39. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "beckon" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.