And presently collapsing, the tent covered with a moist mantle those who were hearkening to the history of Mary of Egypt.
Shame on a gentleman for hearkening to the foul-mouthed villains one moment.
We know that we are hearkening to a note which is not Shakespearean at all, not practical, not English.
Go away, missis; I've nought to do with you, either in hearkening, or talking.
He was hearkening to a diffused and faint uproar, far away to the left, like the deep note of a clarion.
But the men-folk gave all their ears to hearkening, and stood as close as they might.
Never was silence more profound; they were hearkening for murmurs from a tomb.
To us hearkening for his answer his voice betrayed no sign of dismay.
Tom was hearkening, for directly after there was another crash, and another.
Norton is hearkening to these rude tongues that do speak so lustily!