- After a while he beckoned me over with one of his long arms.
- Thursday he beckoned me over to his desk, where he sat, smoking.
- But it means something particular to me: the tunnels, the security screens, the plastic forks, the shimmering, ever-shifting borderline that like all boundaries beckons and asks to be crossed.
- Their quavery yellow light, their long yellow-tiled walls and barrel-vaulted ceilings, their forks and twists and roads not taken, whose yellow openings beckoned like shiny open mouths.
There are no more uses of "beckon" in the book.
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- I should be studying, but television beckons me.
- The police officer beckoned me to come over.
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