- gwrandewchwrandawsantac yn ufuddhauwrandawer
Verb(1) listen; used mostly in the imperative
(1) The voice is pedantic and apostrophic - O reader, hearken to my tale - and imbued with a faux-archaism that suggests the curlicued Georgian efforts of young Robin Hyde.(2) he refused to hearken to Thomas's words of wisdom(3) The Torah tells us listen, hear, and hearken on whichever level you are able.(4) he refused to hearken to Tom's words of wisdom(5) Does it need drastic action by the association of international air lines, in order for those responsible for our fuel management to hearken to the wake up call?(6) At last, the Hebrews have hearkened unto that voice in the wilderness, that great prophet who came down off the mountain.(7) Basically, the manufacturers are accusing the Government of not hearkening to their submissions, which they say would have done a lot to reduce their production costs.
1. hark ::
2. harken ::
1. ignore ::
Different Formshearken, hearkened, hearkening, hearkens
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