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- noun slang A person who can hear.
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Hearie, hearie, will someone now extend the stereotype on me and my fellow-immigrants and brand my Jewish friends as sexual racists?
With his little armes houlding himselfe by the hearie and rough locks, his countenance and eyes vpon the byg and full vdder thus sucking.
You see in other (hearie) forums I have created threads where folks would record audio files of themselves - their voices.
I'm a hearie who worked with a young man in his late teens in a psychiatric hospital many, many years ago.
Or fled fhc with his life, and left ihis vcrfe To hang on her depaned patron's hearie?
a moderate height of greene lawrell, fruitefull memerels, hearie & high pine trees, and within the cleere channels, with graueled banks, and in some places the bottom was faire soft yealow sande, where the water ran swifte, and the three leaued driope grew.