hear[ heer ]SEE DEFINITION OF hear
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEAR
Let me hear from your own lips the words that must decide my destiny.
When I hear a note of music, can I not at once strike its chord?
We missed our morning mass, it will do us no harm to hear Nones in the Minster.
And you don't want to hear anything about mines; it wouldn't be at all good for you, I'm sure.
I did hear, too, that she takes a flyer in the Street now and then.
"I hear they do have dreadful times with help in New York," said Mrs. Bines.
He thinks you're dying to hear how he made the first thousand of himself.
She did not seem to hear at first, nor to comprehend when she went back over his words.
"You will hear from me again," he said, in a tone of menace.
You wait a little, and hear Uncle Peter take back what he's said about me.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HEAR
- bring to light
- come across
- come upon
- dig up
- ferret out
- get wind of
- get wise to
- light upon
- look up
- nose out
- pick up on
- smoke out
- think of
- turn up