[ US /ˈbɛk/ ]
[ UK /bˈɛk/ ]
  1. a beckoning gesture
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How To Use beck In A Sentence

  • On the moor, we crossed becks bridged by railway sleepers and bulging with pondweed and we met a couple of cyclists.
  • He did not seem overcome with pleasure at the idea of Philippa's visit, and she felt a little disappointed, but she had been interested in his talk; and as she went back to the house with Miss Mervyn, her mind was so full of it, that she felt obliged to tell her all about Tuvvy and Dennis, and her own plans for Becky's benefit. Black, White and Gray A Story of Three Homes
  • Beck, who has a PhD in erotology - the study of how art, literature and cultural behaviours influence human sexuality - is a bit of a virgin expert.
  • So I think of Beckett as not being religious in the usual sense but at least being alive, being truly alive, and horror-struck by it.
  • When love beckons to you,follow him,though his ways are hard and steep.
  • Because there were still plenty of crayfish in the becks and streams, and they are the first to go if there is pollution.
  • ‘I only wish farmers could be fully compensated for the incompetence, inefficiency and neglect of the Department over which Mrs Beckett presides,’ he said.
  • It goes without saying that you should never have more children than you have car windows. Erma Bombeck 
  • Swedish bibliognost on Rudbeck's Campi Elysii, 167. Notes and Queries, Index of Volume 3, January-June, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • Beckham is a beaut, probably England's best player, but as captain?
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