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Definition of "beck" []

  • A gesture of beckoning or summons. (noun)
  • At (someone's) beck and call Ready to comply with any wish or command. (idiom)
  • Chiefly British A small brook; a creek. (noun)
  • A nod, wave, or other gesture or signal (noun)

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Use "beck" in a sentence
  • "It is the _brok lempe_ of old writers, _Veronica beccabunga_, the syllable _bec_ signifying a beck or brook; or perhaps the whole title comes from the Flemish _beck pungen_, mouth-smart, in allusion to the pungent taste of the plant."
  • "February 13th, 2009 at 6: 17 pm glenn beck is such a d-bag!! rec Says:"
  • "Personally, I think beck is hurting our country, he also is a racist who incites violence."