- adj. Wearing earmuffs.
- earmuff + -ed (Wiktionary)
“He was goggled and earmuffed to maintain a total lack of spatial orientation, even when being treated for a tooth problem.”
“There was a picture of Padilla, blinded and earmuffed for a walk down the hall to his dentist, in the New YorkTimes.”
“There was a picture of Padilla, blinded and earmuffed for a walk down the hall to his dentist, in the New York Times.”
“The famous pictures of the orange jump suited, kneeling, blindfolded, mitttened, earmuffed, gagged, handcuffed, chained prisoners in Guantanamo undergoing some sort of interrogation by a uniformed service member.”
“Sunscreened, sunhatted, earmuffed and water-stocked, we cruised out of Cocodrie's marina into the truly lovely seascape of flat water and small barrier | islands which make up the borders of the Mississippi river delta; then we picked up speed.”
“He says he was taken to the brigade processing facility at Basra air station's contingency operating base, where he was initially hooded and earmuffed, then goggled.”
“He was then transported to another base where, on arrival, he was goggled and earmuffed, forced to undress in public and examined by a medic while naked.”
“The AFM warns that care must be taken to protect the blindfolded, earmuffed prisoner from self-injury, and the prisoner must be medically monitored.”
“The light mellowed slightly as the sun climbed higher in the hazy inland sky; earmuffed baggage handlers gathered their shortening shadows in.”
“He claims he was interrogated on many occasions, each time he was earmuffed, blindfolded and handcuffed before being dragged in a zig-zag fashion by three soldiers.”
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