1. Lush grasslands beckoned the herdsman.
2. He beckoned me to follow.
3. The smell of bread beckoned the hungry boy.
1. The woods beckon.
2. He beckoned to me from across the street.
1. 招手：/Bashful (害羞) | /Beckon (招手) | /Beg (跪求)
2. 召唤：Beckman thermometer 贝克曼氏温度计 贝克曼氏温度计 | beckon 召唤 | bedevil 折磨
3. (招收)：/applause (鼓掌) | /beckon (招收) | /beg (乞求)
4. 点头招呼：because 因为 | beckon 点头招呼 | become 变成beckon 双语例句
1. Five giant backdrops beckon the visitor into the Trianon garden by night.
2. The son which is in the distance, had you heard the holy beckon of the Sitsang`s altiplano.
3. I observ'd, that the two who swam, were yet more than twice as long swimming over the Creek, as the Fellow was, that fled from them: It came now very warmly upon my Thoughts, and indeed irresistibly, that now was my Time to get me a Servant, and perhaps a Companion, or Assistant; and that I was call'd plainly by Providence to save this poor Creature's Life; I immediately run down the Ladders with all possible Expedition, fetches my two Guns, for they were both but at the Foot of the Ladders, as I observ'd above; and getting up again, with the same haste, to the Top of the Hill, I cross'd toward the Sea; and having a very short Cut, and all down Hill, clapp'd my self in the way, between the Pursuers, and the Pursu'd; hallowing aloud to him that fled, who looking back, was at first perhaps as much frighted at me, as at them; but I beckon'd with my Hand to him, to come back; and in the mean time, I slowly advanc'd towards the two that follow'd; then rushing at once upon the foremost, I knock'd him down with the Stock of my Piece I was loath to fire, because 1 would not have the rest hear; though at that distance, it would not have been easily heard, and being out of Sight of the Smoke too, they wou'd not have easily known what to make of it: Having knock'd this Fellow down, the other who pursu'd with him stopp'd, as if he had been frighted; and I advanc'd a-pace towards him; but as I came nearer, I perceiv'd presently, he had a Bow and Arrow, and was fitting it to shoot at me; so I was then necessitated to shoot at him first, which I did, and kill'd him at the first Shoot; the poor Savage who fled, but had stopp'd; though he saw both his Enemies fallen, and kill'd, as he thought; yet was so frighted with the Fire, and Noise of my Piece, that he stood Stock still, and neither came forward or went backward, tho'he seem'd rather enclin'd to fly still, than to come on; I hollow'd again to him, and made Signs to come forward, which he easily understood, and came a little way, then stopp'd again, and then a little further, and stopp'd again, and I cou'd then perceive that he stood trembling, as if he had been taken Prisoner, and had just been to be kill'd, as his two Enemies were; I beckon'd him again to come to me, and gave him all the Signs of Encouragement that I could think of, and he came nearer and nearer, kneeling down every Ten or Twelve steps in token of acknowledgement for my saving his Life: I smil'd at him, and look'd pleasantly, and beckon'd to him to come still nearer; at length he came close to me, and then he kneel'd down again, kiss'd the Ground, and laid his Head upon the Ground, and taking me by the Foot, set my Foot upon his Head; this it seems was in token of swearing to be my Slave for ever; I took him up, and made much of him, and encourag'd him all I could.
4. It`s raised paw is said to beckon customers and money into shops.
5. O to see you leap and beckon from the tall masts of ships!
6. But if you want to settle down with a partner, the suburbs and the heartland beckon.
7. One speaks to the ugly dummy in the front window, who will nod its assent and beckon you to enter.
8. Foreign shores will beckon all month, and with your career due to heat up in the best way in coming months, if you have not yet taken a holiday, you'd be wise to book one now while you will be able to do so quite easily.
9. The infatuation of Jasper Johns (b.1930) to create the wings of touch for reproduction amounted to the top. Those stars and stripes woven by touches seemed to beckon a sky unknown to us.
贾斯珀·强斯(Jasper Johns b.1930)对于为现实铸造笔触的翅膀更是迷恋到了顶点，他的那些用笔触织成的星条旗，仿佛是想召唤另一片我们还不知道的天空。
10. In April, 2007, Vanness Wu, took part in the charity painting sale at Hit Fm Station for the orphanage and the weak groups. Vanness drew the Hip-hop cap carefully to beckon more care and love from the society.
11. Look! The branches that enjoy the swing in the wind, which I beckon to you by spring!
12. On this ship's people, good thought that several centuries the person gates, their clothing is various, curls the volume the hair, the neat coattails, the beautiful foreign-style clothing, the enchanting smiling face, they are chatting, the orchestra is singing, not far away also has the vaudeville performance, all come to be as if very fuzzy, captain looked like me to beckon, leads me to visit this huge ship, the luxurious decoration, the expensive meal small dish, had upper crust's guest, all were that luxurious, the intoxicant liquor fragrance, I thought that I might in here not long-drawn-out life approximately, was enjoying all, luxurious life, but all blurred, understands mistily, by now, the sky was projecting together the silver light, I was suitable the silver light direction to fly, captain actually closely held on mine foot, the appearance changed suddenly very fierce, my anxious strength wanted to hold him, by now, a lightning had divided, captain will overthrow, turns head looks, the luxurious steamboat already changed total wreck, but also sent out the intermittent odor!
13. When my thoughts beckon my tired body homeward I will resist the temptation to depart.
14. When my thoughts beckon my tired body homeward I will resistthe temptation to depart.
15. Kate turned to beckon Peter across from the car, but Bill waved him back, meanwhile pushing Kate inside.
16. Seen from afar, its towering buildings beckon the visitor in.
17. All the attractions of the peninsula beckon
18. The bright lights of Hollywood beckon many.
19. A lovely, sunny country that seemed to beckon them on to the emerald city.
20. My songs beckon softly through the night to you;
If you beckon to someone, you signal to them to come to you.
e.g. He beckoned to the waiter...
e.g. I beckoned her over...
If something beckons, it is so attractive to someone that they feel they must become involved in it.
e.g. All the attractions of the peninsula beckon...
e.g. The bright lights of Hollywood beckon many.
If something beckons for someone, it is very likely to happen to them.
e.g. The big time beckons for him...
e.g. Old age beckons.
1. Talented Chinese graduate students still flock to top Western universities, but now opportunities at home beckon.
2. Platters of strawberries beckon invitingly on each table as hunky male models strut about.
3. She remained gazing at the tomb for some time and made the whistle that used to beckon her beloved pet.
4. Amidst the palatial grounds here, garden pools enclosed with bamboo fences beckon.
5. When he tries having a go at it, the women beckon him to join in.
6. Whenever Huang passed somebody last Wednesday morning, he would beckon them to give him some money.
7. It is glorious springtime in Beijing and the city's great suburban outdoors beckon.beckon的近义词beckon 英英释义
1. signal with the hands or nod
e.g. She waved to her friends
He waved his hand hospitably
2. summon with a wave, nod, or some other gesture
3. appear inviting
e.g. The shop window decorations beckoned