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beckon
used in A Room With A View

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Definition
to call — typically to ask or tell someone to come nearer by using a hand gesture or a nod of the head
  • But he came forward pleasantly enough and accepted the chair into which he was beckoned by Lucy.
    Chapter 1 (28% in)
  • They had gathered round George, who beckoned, she felt, over the rubbish, the sloppy thoughts, the furtive yearnings that were beginning to cumber her soul.
    Chapter 16 (43% in)

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