, v. t. 1. To hear by listening. [Archaic]
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[She] hearkened now and then
Some little whispering and soft groaning sound.
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2. To give heed to; to hear attentively. [Archaic]
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The King of Naples . . . hearkens my brother's suit.
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To hearken out, to search out. [Obs.]
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If you find none, you must hearken out a vein and buy.
B. Johnson.
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