Common misspellings for hear:
heigh, haeart, heaat, 16year, heeer, tohear, howar, hahah, 1year, har, 30year, zeor, thear, toheir, heary, he'sa, ahear, 240hour, heache, theaer, heahh, haiir, 20hour, ywar, ckear, hiearchy, tyher, searh, hearchy, heaher, hea, year1, hteir, yrar, hearsh, heero, mear, iear, heag, whear, tehir, jear, 4year, iheir, haev, 17year, he3art, heiarchy, tyheir, neair, eheir, haor, haair, wheher, 5year, heav, hearb, aeay, wnear, heaer, haha1, aear, houor, hearl, heator, hiar, heaqr, herr, yaer, heay, hoour, bahar, hhair, hearf, oear, hoar, heari, reair, hearvy, haear, chear, heair, 24hour, heheh, humar, hearv, hever, cear, hewr, hearh, hiegh, heare, heer, haar, herway, hiur, heor, lear, haior, ehair, htae, ywear, heai, yearhe, heas, therh, dear, heiio, he'a, hoiur, 3hour, haert, 1hour, hotair, haeavy, mohiar, heacy, heanor, reear, yhear, heairy, teher, 3year, hearby, head, 18year, heaart, wwear, heany, heead, thheir, hevay, veaw, heaad, 13year, byher, haer, heaerd, sheair, hvae, hetaer, thehair, hiearcy, hey're, hecor, hewar, hearo, heory, ihear, yrear, heaert, heeey, hera, 100year, yhour, heatt, vouher, hohor, mhear, heire, hearr, heaar, hemay, heuy, ehar, 2year, heatr, headr, hesr, hiars, hior, year5, whaer, eear, hjear, thaer, heage, herro, hegher, youhear, heak, 2hour, heack, 20year, cohear, heaard, yhears, yheir, heear, hewre, 6year, heeart, yeehaw, herae, honar, uear, year, heeeeee, theair, hehehe, heyer, fuher, heehaa, heeat, heaby, herar, heeard, hewaii, chher, heach, 9year, theaher, heavi, heasr, rheir, houer, 11year, hearde, heavior, vear, hvea, haead, hnor, 7hour, heah, feaher, hearly, chhair, heere, aheah, huor, hgear, hyear, heaf, haeat, hhear, aheir, hefer, ha11o, caear, hvor, fher, hfor, hagaar, hean, hagar, haarm, hiawia, healy, heyar, jhear, hear'd, hearn, hear6t, heark, he4r, hetr, hher, hjer, jher, lher, nher, thher, heyy, heyyy, heyyyy, hiarky, hiearcky, hegh, ehour, 12year, reoaur, weaar, year4, hura, haura, heir, heirway, heiry, hare, harrier, harrio, harrow, harye, hayer, hear, hear away, hearer, heery, heria, herra, heware, hewray, hihar, hihari, hirr, hoer, hoer war, hohr, horrower, howery, hrahui, hraw, hray, he aps, hwar, hsar, hdar, hrar, h4ar, h3ar, hezr, heqr, hea5, hea4, nhear, hnear, uhear, huear, hwear, hsear, hesar, hdear, hedar, hrear, h4ear, he4ar, h3ear, he3ar, hezar, heazr, heawr, heqar, heafr, heart, hea5r, hear5, hea4r, hear4, hmar, hecr, hea2, heab, heaz, h ear, he ar, hea r.
Definition of hear:
- To perceive by the ear; to apprehend or take cognizance of by the ear; as, to hear sounds; to hear a voice; to hear one call.
- To give audience or attention to; to listen to; to heed; to accept the doctrines or advice of; to obey; to examine; to try in a judicial court; as, to hear a recitation; to hear a class; the case will be heard to- morrow.
- To attend, or be present at, as hearer or worshiper; as, to hear a concert; to hear Mass.
- To give attention to as a teacher or judge.
- To accede to the demand or wishes of; to listen to and answer favorably; to favor.
- To perceive by the ear; attend or listen to; give heed to; obey; accede to the wishes of; attend in an official manner.
- To perceive by the ear: to listen to: to grant or obey: to answer favorably: to attend to: to try judicially.
- To perceive by the ear; listen to.
- To apprehend by the ear; listen to.
- To regard; favor; grant.
- To have the sense or faculty of perceiving sound.
- To use the power of perceiving sound; to perceive or apprehend by the ear; to attend; to listen.
- To be informed by oral communication; to be told; to receive information by report or by letter.
- To have the sense of hearing; be told of.
- To have the sense of hearing: to listen: to be told:- pr. p. hearing; pa. t. and pa. p. heard ( herd).
- To have the sense of hearing; be told.
- get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally; " I learned that she has two grown- up children"; " I see that you have been promoted"
- receive a communication from someone; " We heard nothing from our son for five years"
- perceive sound; perceive by the auditory sense
- listen and pay attention; " Listen to your father"; " We must hear the expert before we make a decision"
- perceive ( sound) via the auditory sense
- To perceive sounds; noting the function of the ear.
- To perceive sound; be told; receive word.
- To perceive by the ear; to listen to; to obey; to attend to and regard; to grant an answer to prayer.
- To perceive by the ear; to attend or listen to willingly; to attend; to listen; to obey; to try in a court of law; to be told; to receive by report; to receive intelligence or news.