I'd almost lost him but for his song an' I was wonderin' how a chap could hear
it when it seemed as if he'd get out o' th' world in a minute--an' just then I heard somethin' else far off among th' gorse bushes.
But I then thought that I was the only one to hear
Smee," he said huskily, "that crocodile would have had me before this, but by a lucky chance it swallowed a clock which goes tick tick inside it, and so before it can reach me I hear
the tick and bolt.
But knowing that he would hear
her laughter and would be moved by it just as she wished him to be, she laughed louder, and her laughter--gay, natural, and kindly--really acted on him just in the way she wished.
I must hear
what she has to say--and I should infinitely prefer hearing it in your presence.
It was worth the while to see the sun shine on these things, and hear
the free wind blow on them; so much more interesting most familiar objects look out of doors than in the house.
I am delighted, he replied, to hear
you say so, and shall begin by speaking, as I proposed, of the nature and origin of justice.
Joe," says the mistress, "don't you hear
the gentleman's bell ring?
And you hear
that fellow with a frog in his throat--a steam schooner as near as I can judge, crawlin' in from the Heads against the tide.
Yes, In hear
it," answered Levin, reluctantly breaking the stillness with his voice, which sounded disagreeable to himself.
I took his hot water up to his room myself, expecting to hear
, after this extraordinary delay, that something had happened.
The other, sitting still outside, could hear
the voice in the hut.