[ lis-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF listened
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All who listened were deeply impressed by language so mysterious.

The tune was familiar to her in happier days, and she listened to it with tears.

Her lover played upon his flute, while she leaned against a tree and listened.

Philothea had listened so earnestly, that for a moment all other thoughts were expelled from her mind.

Eudora's countenance kindled with indignation, as she listened to what Milza had told.

While she looked at one, she listened to the other, and her neck grew tired with turning.

No one who listened to her could doubt her perfect truthfulness and integrity.

Miss Wilder listened attentively to Grace's eager outpouring.

Austin listened to her reminiscences and turned the talk to the drive.

Running to the door she threw it open and listened intently.