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Synonyms for listen

hear

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pay attention

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Synonyms for listen

to make an effort to hear something

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

Synonyms for listen

listen and pay attention

pay close attention to

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"But why did he hate it so?" she asked, after she had listened. She intended to know if Martha did.
She looked at the red fire and listened to the wind "wutherin'." It seemed to be "wutherin'" louder than ever.
And thereafter Saxon listened, in a maze, to what almost seemed a wild farrago, save that the strange meaningless phrases were fraught with dim, mysterious significance.
Then as he changed, the tales he listened to changed too.
I listened at the window attentively before I ventured on taking my lantern out of my coatpocket.
Here she listened, as if she doubted the propriety of venturing further.
Ellen now listened intently anxious to catch some other sound, than the breathing of the morning air, which faintly rustled the herbage at her feet.
The naturalist listened in silent wonder, neither interrupting her narrative nor suffering a single exclamation of surprise to escape him.
The discussion had been religiously listened to, and Fouquet himself, scarcely able to suppress his laughter, had given an example of moderation.
In this quarter, the population's engagement with the medium remained high with 56.2m hours of radio listened to across all seven emirates in an average week.
In other words, the better you listen, the more you'll be listened to.
One minor benefit of this is that the service can produce slick, informative "year in review" lists that show each user what they listened to the most in any given year.
He listened but then I had to cut the call midway to attend to other things.
* "Human beings need to hear that they are being listened to and understood; taking a few minutes to empathize will establish a degree of trust" (A Tutor's Guide, 2005, p.
It draws our attention to the reciprocal relationship between our bodies and listening, in that our embodiment informs how we listen and how we listen (or, by extension, how we are listened to) influences our bodies: