not hear

See: disregard
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She did not hear half of what he was saying; she felt panic-stricken before him, and was thinking whether it was true that Vronsky was not killed.
I did not hear much, for the hostler was rubbing me down, but I could see that James looked very happy, and I thought the master was proud of him.
At the moment the steward made his faint lip-noise--so faint that he could not hear it himself and was almost for wondering whether or not he had made it; so faint that the Shortlands planter did not dream that he was making it.
I could not hear what he said, so I put my head out of the window.
No," replied Ardan, much surprised; "certainly I did not hear the detonation.
Well now," murmured the president "why did we not hear the detonation?
The reason why we did not hear the detonation of the Columbiad.
The maid wept all night long, and said, 'I freed you in the wild wood out of the iron stove; I have sought you, and have crossed a glassy mountain, three sharp swords, and a great lake before I found you, and will you not hear me now?
But the kitchen-maid wept the whole night long, and said, 'I have freed you in a wood and from an iron stove; I sought you and have crossed a glassy mountain, three sharp swords, and a great lake to find you, and now you will not hear me
Had some one spun the top with him, it would have vanished; and presently, no doubt at the bidding of an oath I could not hear, he hurriedly thrust the top into his pocket, and once more joined the straining group of men.
As the leaders of both the communities pored over there plans for the most wondrous buildings, they did not hear the voices of millions of hungry and starving people moaning, 'Food
CJ SHC remarked he was among the affectees of May, 12 mayhem, therefore, he could not hear the case.