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detected or perceived by the sense of hearing

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I listened, and heard a soft rushing sort of noise and a low crackling and snapping.
Jane has heard a great deal of its beauty; from Mr.
What," cries Blifil, "notwithstanding all Mrs Miller hath said, I am very sorry to relate, and what you should never have heard from me, had it not been a matter impossible to conceal from the whole world.
Rostov heard the thud of their hoofs and the jingle of their weapons and saw their horses, their figures, and even their faces, more and more distinctly.
She attempted to relate what she had heard to her good friend and protectress.
No one ever sees the Angel; but he is heard by those who are meant to hear him.
The dreadful part of it is to come; you haven't heard about the two gentlemen yet.
Why, I b'lieve he's proud of it," exclaimed Dorothy; "and seems to me I've heard worse music than he makes.
The dull thump of the croquet-mallet against the ball was no longer to be heard.
No sooner had I closed my eyes than I heard her cry of alarm.
Before the smoke of the discharge had cleared away I heard a loud savage cry--a scream like that of a wild animal--and flinging his gun upon the ground Morgan sprang away and ran swiftly from the spot.
Yes, very good," he said, and as it was utterly of no consequence to him what they thought of him, he began repeating what they had heard a hundred times about the characteristics of the singer's talent.
Sigurd accepted this condition, but added that he would have to get leave to go home again to his own country when he heard news of his father's death.
You heard me say that you, as Miss Roseberry's future husband, had an interest in being present at my interview with Lady Janet.
For a strange wondrous tone was heard in the narrow streets of a large town.