He is said to harken back to a better time, when senators put party aside yadda yadda.
Of the two wells harken drilled in Bahrain, both came up dry.
Bush sold the harken stock so he could buy a small percentage—just 1.8 percent—of the Texas Rangers baseball team.
Or will it harken back to its true, indie roots-to a time when only the cool kids knew who Parker Posey and Chloe Sevigny were?
So it came about that any advocate could usually find an audience to harken to his arguments for his pet selection.
That meant, naturally, that I was to approach and harken unto what he had to say.
To harken to each ring of the telephone bell, in the hope that, if it is not the idolized voice, it is at least a message from it?
Several of the crew had rushed down to harken to the strange disturbance.
Here it is; let us harken to it, and ponder it in the deepest depths of our heart.
To obey is better than sacrifice; and to harken than the fat of rams.