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... Hear, hear is an expression used as a short, repeated form of hear him, hear him ... The phrase hear him, hear him! was used in Parliament from late in the 17th century, and was reduced to hear! or hear, hear! by the late 18th century ... The verb hear had earlier been used in the King James Bible as a command for others to listen ...
... in advance that whichever candidate went second would be sequestered so as not to hear anything asked of his rival ... alluded to the possibility that McCain may have been able to hear the questions put to Obama, partly because his answers were immediate and, according ... campaign stated that McCain did not hear or see any of the broadcast ...
... This Waltz" Are You Okay? (1990, Fontana) – "Elvis' Rolls Royce" (Vocals with Was (Not Was)) Hear Music Volume 7 Waking (2002, Hear Music) – "Boogie ...
... Can You Hear Me Now? (disambiguation) "Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya)", a song by Wiley "Papa, Can You Hear Me?", a song by Barbra Streisand "Tommy, Can You Hear Me?", a song by The Who ...
... that a complaint should be lodged, and won general approval, hear, hear, and people standing up to look at him ... On one occasion Lady Henschel and her daughter went to hear Joseph Joachim play at a Saturday 'Pop', but were so aware of the 'rhythmic gay sounds, thumping and shimmering away in a most enlivening manner', that they ...
More definitions of "hear":
- (verb): Get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally.
Synonyms: learn, get word, get wind, pick up, find out, get a line, discover, see
- (verb): Receive a communication from someone.
Example: "We heard nothing from our son for five years"
- (verb): Examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process.
Famous quotes containing the word hear:
“We hear a great deal of lamentation these days about writers having all taken themselves to the colleges and universities where they live decorously instead of going out and getting firsthand information about life. The fact is that anybody who has survived his childhood has enough information about life to last him the rest of his days.”
—Flannery OConnor (19251964)
“Your wife would give you little thanks for that
If she were by to hear you make the offer.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“If you love music, hear it; go to operas, concerts and pay fiddlers to play to you; but I insist on your neither piping nor fiddling yourself. It puts a gentleman in a very frivolous, contemptible light.... Few things would mortify me more than to see you bearing a part in a concert, with a fiddle under your chin, or a pipe in your mouth.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)