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Hearn

[hurn]
noun
  1. Laf·cad·i·o [laf-kad-ee-oh] /læfˈkæd iˌoʊ/, Koizumi Yakumo, 1850–1904, U.S. journalist, novelist, and essayist, born in Greece; Japanese citizen after 1894.
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Examples from the Web for hearn

Historical Examples of hearn

  • Andy wasn't certain; he'd only "hearn tell" about that road, but never been over it.

    Uncle Tom's Cabin

    Harriet Beecher Stowe

  • I hearn Unc' Bernique tellin' you abaout that Grierson letter.

  • "I hearn the clash of them jimmyjohns," chimed in the driver.

    His Unquiet Ghost

    Charles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)

  • Hearn Missis read in the Bible that the Divil went into the swine.

  • A woman who looked as if she belonged there, hearn me and sez, “Who is Josiah?”