1 I am longing to hear all his news.
2 When he went out of the room I could hear the key turn softly.
3 Let me hear from you at once, and tell me all that you think about it.
4 Neither of the bands hears the other, but up here I hear and see them both.
5 As his room is on this side of the house, I could hear it better than in the morning.
6 I wished to get down and walk up them, as we do at home, but the driver would not hear of it.
7 Now I can hear the heavy feet tramping again along the hall, with many other idle feet coming behind them.
8 Finally, she threw herself forward, and, though I could not see her, I could hear the beating of her naked hands against the door.
9 Then she paused, and I could hear the churning sound of her tongue as it licked her teeth and lips, and could feel the hot breath on my neck.
10 I know it, for now and then I hear a far-away muffled sound as of mattock and spade, and, whatever it is, it must be the end of some ruthless villainy.
11 He was talking, apparently to some one, but I was afraid to go near enough to hear what he was saying, lest I might frighten him, and he should run off.
12 Though we were in shelter, we could hear the rising wind, for it moaned and whistled through the rocks, and the branches of the trees crashed together as we swept along.
13 I could hear a lot of words often repeated, queer words, for there were many nationalities in the crowd; so I quietly got my polyglot dictionary from my bag and looked them out.
14 The door is shut, and the chains rattle; there is a grinding of the key in the lock; I can hear the key withdraw: then another door opens and shuts; I hear the creaking of lock and bolt.
15 I know your idea of duty to your father, and you are right to stick to it; but, if need be, I shall send you word to come at once to Lucy; so do not be over-anxious unless you hear from me.
16 She eats well and sleeps well, and enjoys the fresh air; but all the time the roses in her cheeks are fading, and she gets weaker and more languid day by day; at night I hear her gasping as if for air.
17 I wanted her to tell me what they were; but she would only cross herself, and say she would never tell; that the ravings of the sick were the secrets of God, and that if a nurse through her vocation should hear them, she should respect her trust.
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