incline (one's) ear

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incline (one's) ear

To listen intently, attentively, and receptively (to what someone is saying). A phrase used in several places in the Bible, usually used in reference to listening to God. You need to learn to incline your ear to the words of wisdom your elders have to offer. The representative pleaded with world leaders to incline their ears to her country's distress.
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incline your ear

listen favourably. literary
Incline thine ear is an expression used throughout the Bible, for example in Psalms 17:6: ‘I have called upon thee, for thou wilt hear me, O God: incline thine ear unto me, and hear my speech’.
See also: ear, incline
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But the cybernexus has also garnered a rapport with a more diverse spectrum of seekers--demographies that should cause people of faith to incline their ears.