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Synonyms for give ear

give heed (to)

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Come Gather round and give ear to these tales of Alexander .
Kiir while addressing the masses on the martyr day at the mausoleum of late John Garang on Monday dismissed the rumour and called on the people to remain calm and refuse to give ear to Khartoum.
Our security institutions do not give ear to our saying.
He follows immediately with a doublet, using a figure of speech, And give ear all ye inhabitants of the land.
Funded by the hospital's charity, the pounds 7,500 'Cyclops' is a nasal visualisation probe which give ear, nose and throat consultants a 360 degree viewing angle during keyhole surgery.
He pointed out that will ensure collective responsibility of Parliament, and give ear to the concerns of all parties, and it is a means of strengthening Parliament as well, and it is the proper democratic approach.
Give ear, O Lord, to my prayer; and attend to the voice of my supplications.
Kan said he would try to promote diplomacy based on pragmatism, but he needs to humbly give ear to the advice of his specialists.
I really feel sorry for the school bus drivers who have to give ear to frequent complaints and incessant honking from other impatient drivers.
The person who talked to us is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad whom Nasrallah works for," Awdeh said, adding that Egyptian armed forces do not give ear to such "nonsense.
Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth; for the Lord has spoken: Sons have I reared and brought up, but they have rebelled against me.
Accordingly, "to speak ill or give ear to evil is all one.
O Shepherd of Israel give ear O Leader of the flock of Joseph; O Sitter on the Cherubs appear
To take life seriously as it really is, to give ear to the subjective experience of this reality and to link it up with the Christian tradition, is a particular concern and a special gift of feminist theology.