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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "hear" in a sentence

    hear example sentences

    hear


    heard


    hearing


    hears


    1. “And we’d love to hear you talk about it on the show,” he grasps my hand and squeezes it


    2. "You didn't want to hear that I was created from the Yingolian ghost, so I just never came right out and said it


    3. So anyway, what was the take up rate I hear you enquire? How would


    4. when the last moment was actually due?” I hear you ask


    5. I’m sorry to hear about your father


    6. Back to normal, you’ll be glad to hear


    7. “Glad to hear it


    8. Tom can hear the guys from the next post over


    9. Tom could feel the first impact and then hear a sharp snap as he hit the ground a second time


    10. probably hear me using both words


















































































    1. Venna went thru it all looking for all your garden research," Herndon choked when he heard that, "although it was me that actually did the digging involved


    2. Jorma thought the Brazilian was more excited about that aluminum than he should be, but then he had heard that most of the people of YingolNeerie were very interested in money


    3. He almost fell in the water when he heard the accented voice behind him and heard footsteps on the dock


    4. You’ve probably heard me mention commitment during the ABCs of


    5. 1John: 1:3: That which we have seen and heard declares unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and


    6. We heard that some psycho had tried to eat his face off


    7. Despite what you may have heard though, having a terminal ilness


    8. What a very strange man he was, apparently he insists on wearing hats indoors and would only answer to the name “Famous Author” even though nobody I have met has ever heard of him!


    9. He might have heard some of that but he was out of earshot by the time she finished


    10. When he heard the thunder get continuously louder, he rolled up the kitchen mat and braved the snow outside


















































































    1. · You enjoy hearing about other people's operations


    2. Older people who have more negative stereotypes about aging have greater hearing loss over time than people with more positive views on aging


    3. and it will seem like He is not hearing you


    4. Mom thought she was hearing static but it was the mermaids hissing and spitting into the phone speaker


    5. We need to improve our spiritual hearing


    6. Then in the last ten years or so, one started hearing and reading about Senior Citizens


    7. Hearing about the tunnel of Cys Ungor and seeing it are not the same


    8. a direct result of the vague hope I had felt on hearing that the Inspector believed me …


    9. Listening means not just hearing but also understanding what students are saying and how they are saying it


    10. After hearing that, Topher tried to sing more often


















































































    1. His heart sinks as he hears the firework whistle off into the sky


    2. things, he cried, He that hath ears to hear let him hears


    3. He winces as he hears it


    4. He hears the waves pounding outside, sits up, throws off the blanket, sits on the side of the cot and looks about


    5. He loses consciousness as he hears the man barking military commands behind him


    6. though it has to be said she is as horrified as I am when she hears about his state of mind


    7. He glances round as he hears my footsteps


    8. As soon as she speaks, he hears the soft voice again in his mind, find me


    9. The one that hears and discerns the Spirit the greatest is no better than the one that encourages


    10. A leese wasn't smart enough to pick and choose it's prey, it hears the splashing, it goes to that wallow, as simple as that


















































































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    Synonyms for "hear"

    discover find out get a line get wind get word hear learn pick up see listen take heed try heed attend regard descry perceive apprehend detect

    "hear" definitions

    perceive (sound) via the auditory sense


    get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally


    examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process


    receive a communication from someone


    listen and pay attention