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Hearsay, a hearing, being told or informed by others, not by one's own eyes and perception: “let them say more that like of h. well,” Sonn. 21, 13 (that fall in love with what has been praised by others). “of this matter is little Cupid's crafty arrow made, that only wounds by h.” Ado III, 1, 23 (by hearing what others say).
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