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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhearerhear‧er /ˈhɪərə $ ˈhɪrər/ noun [countable]  HEARsomeone who hears something syn listener
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hearerHow does a hearer know if a speaker is speaking indirectly as well as directly?Once at least he could feel that a sermon of his moved his hearers.Police had to be brought in to protect Laing from the outraged violence of some of his hearers.The more responsibility hearers are given, the weaker the communication.Strictly speaking, this should be used to refer to an auditory sensation experienced by the hearer.This is what makes the most immediate impact on the hearer and arouses his empathy.
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