As I was auditioning, I could hear out in the audience, “Oh, wow… what am I seeing?”
There is only saying stuff the right wants to hear out of fear that they'll attack him.
Divo Pan is the divo who makes all the music that you hear out of doors,—the music of the wind and the water and the bird-songs.
The man with the suitcase did not wait to hear out his tirade.
And besides, his story was really so interesting, and she was so very anxious to hear out the rest of it to the very end.
Hence I took occasion to give him a full and particular account of all my adventures, which he had the patience to hear out.
Before he sits down he pauses a moment to hear out the companion on whose arm he had been leaning.
So Dolly waited and in a few moments she could hear out in the hall much giggling and many footsteps.
What does he ever hear—out in camp so much—and when at home lounging in his long chair or shooting in the paddy fields?