Hearken back conjugation

English
12 examples
This verb can also mean the following: turn, go, go back to something as an origin, source, circumstance, turn back to an earlier

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
hearken back
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Future Simple
will hearken back
will hearken back
will hearken back
will hearken back
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Past Simple
hearkened back
hearkened back
hearkened back
hearkened back
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Conditional Simple
would hearken back
would hearken back
would hearken back
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I
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it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am hearkening back
are hearkening back
is hearkening back
are hearkening back
are hearkening back
are hearkening back
Future Progressive
will be hearkening back
will be hearkening back
will be hearkening back
will be hearkening back
will be hearkening back
will be hearkening back
Past Progressive
was hearkening back
were hearkening back
was hearkening back
were hearkening back
were hearkening back
were hearkening back
Conditional Progressive
would be hearkening back
would be hearkening back
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I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have hearkened back
have hearkened back
has hearkened back
have hearkened back
have hearkened back
have hearkened back
Future Perfect
will have hearkened back
will have hearkened back
will have hearkened back
will have hearkened back
will have hearkened back
will have hearkened back
Past Perfect
had hearkened back
had hearkened back
had hearkened back
had hearkened back
had hearkened back
had hearkened back
Conditional Perfect
would have hearkened back
would have hearkened back
would have hearkened back
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would have hearkened back
I
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it/she/he
we
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been hearkening back
have been hearkening back
has been hearkening back
have been hearkening back
have been hearkening back
have been hearkening back
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been hearkening back
will have been hearkening back
will have been hearkening back
will have been hearkening back
will have been hearkening back
will have been hearkening back
Past Perfect Progressive
had been hearkening back
had been hearkening back
had been hearkening back
had been hearkening back
had been hearkening back
had been hearkening back
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been hearkening back
would have been hearkening back
would have been hearkening back
would have been hearkening back
would have been hearkening back
would have been hearkening back

Examples of hearken back

Example in English
I think you can sort of hearken back to that moment... where you did something very stupid... and somehow, like, just skinned under the wire of death.
JANNA LEVIN: We'd like to corner time as a thing, but it defies that completely by being momentary, by only having definitions that hearken back to the notion of time itself.
Now, when we think of the term Greek Olympiad, we hearken back to ancient traditions.
Their powers hearken back to what killed them, or almost did.
I think you can sort of hearken back to that moment... where you did something very stupid... and somehow, like, just skinned under the wire of death.
JANNA LEVIN: We'd like to corner time as a thing, but it defies that completely by being momentary, by only having definitions that hearken back to the notion of time itself.
Now, when we think of the term Greek Olympiad, we hearken back to ancient traditions.
Their powers hearken back to what killed them, or almost did.
Despite your current iteration, The blood you come from hearkens back through germany,
The tradition of the toast hearkens back to 17 th-century England... when, uh, the success or health of a new venture... was, uh, christened by a drink of wine... with a piece of toast submerged in it.
Despite your current iteration, The blood you come from hearkens back through germany,
The tradition of the toast hearkens back to 17 th-century England... when, uh, the success or health of a new venture... was, uh, christened by a drink of wine... with a piece of toast submerged in it.

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