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listen

verb ausculate, be attentive, concentrate on, give one's attention to, hark, hear, hearken, heed, intercept, listen in, monitor, obey, overhear, pick up
See also: attend, concentrate, eavesdrop, hear, heed, monitor, obey
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Dworkin described her father's listening performances as thoughtful acts of strength and conscience in which he listened mindfully and patiently, even to those topics with which he deeply disagreed, before coming to judgment or seeking to respond.
During interpersonal conversation, the importance of conveying the feeling that the speaker has been listened to cannot be overstated.
In his commentary, he focuses on the seemingly superfluous words because you have listened to the voice of your wife.
Like the daycare worker at the start of this column, when children have a good listening model to refer to-when they not only feel they are being heard but listened to as well-they are more likely to listen to others.
The RI group listened to the texts three times, following Sherman's (1997) sandwich model whereby participants listened to a passage once, previewed the questions, and then listened twice more.
It found about 12 million people claimed to have listened to the radio online, with an average of 8.
Ask him to describe his experience and attitude toward the person or organization that listened to him so well.
I've listened to the albums and seven inches innumerable times, and every single time, something new hits me in your songs.
Students were invited to sing along to the first third of the song as they listened.
The students listened to the select phrase on the Disklavier while following it on the piano roll score, "shadowing" it an octave lower on the Disklavier.
She learnt that if you listened sincerely God would speak in your heart and show you your part in helping 'Thy kingdom come'.