When the battery gets low, they beep a lot, which causes people to disconnect them.
When Ives gives you the beep, jump out, run around the bows and plant your back against the hull directly opposite the port.
I have beep steamboating forty years, and I know a little something about it.
A proposal so atrocious had beep made, in the case of little William, at the very outset, and had met with but slight opposition.
The scanner began to beep and Roger turned his attention to the screen.
Now Beryl should have beep upstairs marking the new linen and she should93 not be singing as though she owned the whole world.
The automatic finder searched around for the Ravenhurst tickler signal, found it, and sent out a beep along the same channel.
Adonis and all the other Sun lords were supposed to have beep born in a cave on 25th December.
He looks as if he'd like to pinch everybody around, and slap 'em into the cooler, just to beep his hand in.
"The beep's from the North Pole," the instrument man reported instantly.
1927, imitative of automobile horns (originally of the sound of a certain type of automobile horn among several types in use in the years after the klaxon horn was brought into use c.1910). Used as a noun and verb by 1929. Related: Beeped; beeping.