Hear him

See Remark, under Hear, v. i.

See also: Hear

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
But she did not give him leave to speak, before, turning to him, she cried, "I hope you will not be angry with me; I would not offend you, sir, for the world; but, indeed, I could not bear to hear him called so." "I must own, madam," said Allworthy, very gravely, "I am a little surprized to hear you so warmly defend a fellow you do not know." "O!
No one ever sees the Angel; but he is heard by those who are meant to hear him. He often comes when they least expect him, when they are sad and disheartened.
"Yes, that is where I have heard him; and I have not been the only one to hear him."
Imagine my astonishment when you told me, this morning, that you could hear him too,"
Absorbed in herself, Anne failed to hear him. She never moved.