hear


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See:
References in classic literature ?
But she seemed not to hear me and acted exactly as though I were not there.
When the music stopped, I seemed to hear a noise from the skulls in the heap of bones; it was as though they were chuckling and I could not help shuddering.
We could hear the talk of slave-girls amongst the sheds.
He seemed to hear a stir in the house--listened--then stepped in noiselessly.
But since the sun of to-day rose she hears nothing--she hears not me.
But it is certainly a startling form of madness when one first hears of it.
That's more than 5 million kids in the United States who no longer hear as well as they once did.
you can't hear a noise if you're not facing the direction it's coming from
As a result, even when they hear speech, they may not be able to understand it or they may misunderstand it (McFarland & Cox, 1985).
One organization called HEAR (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers) is dedicated to raising awareness about hearing loss caused by deafening music.
This genetic diversity shows up in the striking fact that the majority of children born to two deaf parents can hear.
What I try to hear is the person's character that I try to build.
An individual who is born with moderate hearing loss or who experiences such loss early in life will hear imperfectly, which often results in corresponding difficulties with English.
New America Hears Independence[TM] Hearing Aids Feature Best Price/Performance in Hearing Aid Industry
She e-mailed a picture of the amiable pooch and to hear Sandra tell it, it was love at first sight.