Examples of hark in a Sentence
upon hearing the offending ringing, the teacher sarcastically cried, “Hark! Could that possibly be a cell phone?”
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For Franklin Graham, the Rotunda honoring of his father — a first for a religious leader — harked to an earlier era in America.
The announcement by American Airlines seemed to hark to another era: The airline would be adding shuttle service between New York and Chicago this spring — and serving free beer and wine, no less.
The place the hosts were conjuring was Lyford Cay, Bahamas; time, present day, but with a feel harking to the '50s with women wearing their finest summery flaired frocks and men in white dinner jackets.
The cheery colors of the tiles, wallpaper and cabinetry hark to the 1930s through ’50s, worlds away from the all-white and moody gray of urban millennial kitchens.
Milkweed’s sartorial use harks at least to World War II, when overseas supplies of kapok, an insulating fiber, were cut off.
This New Moon in free-thinking Aquarius harks the beginning of a brand new professional journey for you – one that will challenge you to go leagues away from the lands of predictability and routine.
Rowling retorted with a few words that harked back to the age of great orators (or possibly The Hunger Games):
Another band harking back to rock's golden age, Los Angeles-based The Shelters hit the stage, putting their Tom Petty-cosign on display.
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Origin and Etymology of hark
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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