19 adjectives to describe heard

Jesus answered and said unto them, "Go, and show John again those things which ye do hear and see; the blind receive their sight; and the lame walk; the lepers are cleansed; and the deaf hear; the dead are raised up; and the poor have the gospel preached unto them."

Hither the walkers turn with weary feet, Then bliss the mansion, and the master greet: Their greeting fair bestow'd, with modest guise, The courteous master hears, and thus replies: 'Without a vain, without a grudging heart, 140 To Him who gives us all, I yield a part; From Him you come, for Him accept it here, A frank and sober, more than costly cheer.

The distant heard, by fame, her pious deeds, 40 And laid her up for their extremest needs; A future cordial for a fainting mind; For, what was ne'er refused, all hoped to find, Each in his turn; the rich might freely come, As to a friend; but to the poor 'twas home.

(Feeble "Hear, hear!")

And, lest the guilty hear and dread, Shall not the decalogue be read?

My story with heartfelt attention hear.

What the great say, the humble hear.

And from these places, sometimes the most incongruousone hears, for instance, of M. Delcasse maintaining his dignity in a bedroom now used as the office for the minister of foreign affairsthe red tape is unwound which eventually sends the life-blood of the remotest province flowing up to its appointed place at the front.

Well, that's all one; but if she should Demand any thing concerning me, (for Love's inquisitive) dost hear?

If still concealed, you falter, still delay, A mother's blood shall wash the crime away." "This wrath forego," the mother answering cried, "And joyful hear to whom thou art allied.

"I'm a little heard of haringI mean hard of hearing.

cries the lady, "did ever mortal hear of a man's virtue?

Unless you simply yelled you could not make your neighbour hear.

[5750]A lover, in Calcagninus's Apologies, wished with all his heart he were his mistress's ring, to hear, embrace, see, and do I know not what: O thou fool, quoth the ring, if thou wer'st in my room, thou shouldst hear, observe, and see pudenda et poenitenda, that which would make thee loathe and hate her, yea, peradventure, all women for her sake.

An horrid stillness first invades the ear, And in that silence we the tempest hear.

Toad-in-the-hole sat down growling with suppressed wrath, and the universal "Hear, hear!" sufficiently showed that he spoke the general feeling.

4. to converse with them, hear them speak, or sing, (tolerabilius est audire basiliscum sibilantem, thou hadst better hear, saith

little did she suspect the extent, duration, and direful nature of the evils which, at that very moment, were pending over her native country, or the pains that her own affectionate hear?

"Hy-guy, Angy," Abe went on, "yew can't believe nothin' yew hear, kin yer?

19 adjectives to describe  heard