Third-person singular simple present indicative form of beacon. (verb)
Examples of word beacons
John was not there; indeed, if he had been, I could scarcely have seen him; I could see nothing but the void expanse of the Flat, or, looking down, the broad river of mist that rolled through the valley, on the other side of which twinkled a few cottage lights, like unearthly beacons from the farthest shore of an impassable flood.
The market may be reflecting soaring Chinese investment, rising consumer confidence and other cheerful data but economists see few long-term beacons of hope for Japan.
He said SETI would have a much better chance of detecting ET if it scanned all the stars in the galaxy for powerful signals - or "beacons" - sent out to deliberately contact other life forms.
Galactic coordinates and the nearest Cepheid-wariable tag beacons are in the ephemerides listed to your screens.
A new concept called "beacons" allow you to contact friends on Facebook from Xbox, to invite them to play games.