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Spell Check of hearing

Correct spelling: hearing

Definition of hearing:

  1. Audition, the perception of sounds; the auditory sense, the function of the ears.
  2. The act of perceiving sound; the sense by which it is perceived; attention; opporunity to be heard; judicial trial; the range of the ear.

Common misspellings for hearing:

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Quotes for hearing:

  1. Fear is static that prevents me from hearing myself.
  2. I'm used to hearing myself. My own voice.
  3. I shot with it a lot. I still do now. That is why I am hard of hearing.
  4. I fell in love with jazz when I was 12 years old from listening to Duke Ellington and hearing a lot of jazz in New York on the radio.
  5. I think recordings have been a terrific advance because now, when you have a piece of music, particularly something that appears to the listener very complicated, there's really a push to the world to try to figure out what it was that he was hearing.
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