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beckon
used in Throne of Glass

4 uses
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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
  • She could hear her voice, and the voice of another, and then saw a hand extended from within a stall to beckon Celaena inside.
    p. 244.0
beckon = call (to come by using a hand gesture)
  • An afternoon of reading on the balcony beckoned.
    p. 93.8
  • beckoned = called (figuratively, by being desirable)
  • The blackness of the bull's-eye beckoned, and as she exhaled, she sent the dagger flying.
    p. 107.7
  • beckoned = called (figuratively, by being desirable)
  • Again, she stood before the dark passage. It was terribly dark, and seemed to be beckoning to her.
    p. 173.4
beckoning = calling
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