When somebody hears a person says a thing right spot on, to the point, the one they agree with.
... because nobody could call *that* Defence Against the Dark Arts"
('Hear, hear', said Anthony Goldstein...
by EastExpert March 25, 2007
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From www.straightdope.com The correct term is, "hear, hear!" It is an abbreviation for "hear, all ye good people, hear what this brilliant and eloquent speaker has to say!"

Of course, if the speaker is actually asking a question. "and just where do you think we should open the new strip club?" it's not hard to imagine that at least one yahoo in attendance might yell, "here, here!" But this would be the exception that proves the rule.
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by TopCat January 6, 2005
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An archaic expression used by some pompous douche-bag to sound fancy.

Usually used by pseudointellectuals who have nothing better to say and are merely trying to sound grand and majestic.

People who seriously said "hear hear" are dead since three hundred years. The ones using it today fancy themselves classy and clever, but only come off as arrogant, pretentious, and shallow.
"Hear hear" exclaimed Richard the Third!
"hear hear" said some pretentious twenty-first-century faggot
by sandbag1000 January 11, 2011
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A pronouncement before an announcement. Usually loud and gets people's attention. A call often heard at the Renaissance Festival.
Hear Ye Hear Ye! I'm gonna go medieval on that rat tonight.
by yes juanito yes January 31, 2015
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A way of greeting someone in the best way possible
He-ar he-ar
Sam: "Heare Heare!"
Will: "Oh Heare Heare Sam!"
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