American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having ears or earlike projections.
- adj. Having a specified kind or number of ears. Often used in combination: a lop-eared puppy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having ears; having appendages or processes resembling the external ear. In heraldry, animals borne in coat-armor with their ears differing in tincture from that of the body are blazoned eared of such a metal or color.
- In ornithology, having conspicuous auricular feathers, as the eared grebe, or having plumicorns, as various species of eared owls.
- In Mammalia, auriculate; having large or peculiar outer ears, as certain bats; having outer ears in a group of animals others of which have them not: as, the eared seals.
- In botany, same as auriculate, 2.
- Having ears or awns, as grain. In heraldry, grain with the ear differing in tincture from the stalk or blade is blazoned eared of such a metal or color: as, a stalk of wheat vert, eared or.
- adj. in combination Having some specific type of ear.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ear.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having (such or so many) ears; -- used in composition
- adj. (Zoöl.) Having external ears; having tufts of feathers resembling ears.
- adj. worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
- adj. having ears (or appendages resembling ears) or having ears of a specified kind; often used in combination
“Its content features 256 Kbps recording density, which is perceivable even for tin eared music fans like myself, and was quite unique in this market arena where 128 Kbs is dominant, with a few 192 Kbps recording.”
“They'd go well with a splash of chili oil and a dog-eared copy of Good Omens.”
“(I have heard some Internet blowhards attempting to expound on what they apparently see as an inherently right-wing traditionalist heavy metal philosophy, but I am fairly sure this is simply the result of a few too many hours spent feverishly masturbating over their dog-eared copy of Lords Of Chaos.)”
“And yeah, I'll add to that you failed your own generation by no being radical enough or tying the left to some dog eared proto-marxism.”
“He was actually me from ten years ago: scarf, dog-eared book, shoes a little scuffed.”
“Jane, my original copy is looking a little dog-eared, but I'm one of those people who likes her books to look loved!”
“An old Quran is no less holy than a shiny new one, even though the old one's dirty and dog-eared.”
“Between the dubious and predatory business model and Cordish's "reputation for hardball negotiating and tin-eared community relations," the city should be laughing the Blazers brass right out of City Hall with this one.”
“They are usually dog - eared, wrinkled and abused by March.”
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