Hark

Hark

(hrk), v. i. [OE. herken. See Hearken.] To listen; to hearken. [Now rare, except in the imperative form used as an interjection, Hark! listen.] Hudibras.
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Hark away! Hark back! Hark forward! (Sporting), cries used to incite and guide hounds in hunting. -- To hark back, to go back for a fresh start, as when one has wandered from his direct course, or made a digression.
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He must have overshot the mark, and must hark back.
Haggard.
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He harked back to the subject.
W. E. Norris.
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