beckon

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Verb[change]

Plain form
beckon

Third-person singular
beckons

Past tense
beckoned

Past participle
beckoned

Present participle
beckoning

  1. To wave and/or to nod to anyone with a plan or intention to encourage the person come closer.
    The saleswoman beckoned to the man who might buy what she wanted to sell.