Beckon – meaning of the word and examples

To move your hand or head in a way that tells someone to come nearer. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If something beckons it attracts people. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If an event or achievement beckons, it is likely to happen. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod. (Merriam – Webster)

To appear inviting: Attract. (Merriam – Webster)

Make a gesture with the hand, arm, or head to encourage or instruct someone to approach or follow. (Oxford Dictionaries)

If you beckon to someone, you signal to them to come to you. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Why beckon to me.

https://www.venrock.com/why-beckon-beckoned-to-me-the-arrival-of-marketing-performance-management/

Word of the Day: beckon.

https://daily.wordreference.com/2016/03/04/word-of-the-day-beckon/

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