It only disposes, necessitates and invincibly compels him to disbelieve other men's dead formulas, hearsays and untruths.
What is his Hell, after all these reputable, oft-repeated hearsays, what is it?
The heart of each is lying dead; has no power of sympathy even with things,—or he would believe them and not hearsays.
The Malmesbury Diaries at this point consist chiefly of hearsays, which can readily be refuted.
The subjection of holy reason to hearsays could hardly go further.
hearsays cannot hide it from him; he is blind, homeless, miserable, following hearsays; it glares in upon him.
And what Justice of the Peace would issue warrant upon a stranger's deposition of hearsays?
Landmarks, too, indisputable to need recognition were ignored altogether, and all the hearsays of the countryside were reviewed.
This is satisfactory, for one grain of fact is more precious than a bushel of guesses and hearsays.
hearsays cannot hide it from him; he is blind, homeless, miserable, following hearsays; it glares-in upon him.
1530s, perhaps mid-15c., from phrase to hear say.
Information heard by one person about another. Hearsay is generally inadmissible as evidence in a court of law because it is based on the reports of others rather than on the personal knowledge of a witness.