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  • as inlisten
  • as inhearken
  • as inhear

synonyms for auscultate

  • accept
  • admit
  • attend
  • get
  • observe
  • take notice
  • tune in
  • adopt
  • audit
  • catch
  • concentrate
  • eavesdrop
  • entertain
  • hark
  • harken
  • hearken
  • mind
  • monitor
  • obey
  • overhear
  • receive
  • welcome
  • auscult
  • be all ears
  • be attentive
  • get a load of
  • give an audience to
  • give attention
  • give heed to
  • hang on words
  • hear out
  • hear tell
  • lend an ear
  • pick up on
  • prick up ears
  • take advice
  • take into consideration
  • take under advisement
  • tune in on
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antonyms for auscultate

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  • deny
  • dispute
  • ignore
  • miss
  • refuse
  • reject
  • disobey
  • disregard
  • forget
  • neglect
  • turn away
  • speak
  • talk
  • keep
  • hold
  • miss
  • lose
  • fail
  • neglect
  • abstain
  • soothe
  • calm
  • misunderstand
  • disregard
  • ignore
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How to use auscultate in a sentence

Nevertheless, they gave advice, got on the moral hobby again, and had the assurance to auscultate.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
The thinker of to-day has a great duty—to auscultate civilization.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
"I wish you to auscultate me," he said, addressing the doctor who entered the room.
THE SILVER LININGJOHN ROUSSEL
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WORDS RELATED TO AUSCULTATE

  • apprehend
  • attend
  • auscultate
  • be all ears
  • become aware
  • catch
  • descry
  • devour
  • eavesdrop
  • get
  • get an earful
  • get wind of
  • give an audience to
  • give attention
  • give ears
  • hark
  • hearken
  • heed
  • listen
  • make out
  • overhear
  • pick up
  • read
  • strain
  • take in
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.