- n. Plural form of earplug.
“The hab is full of strange noises at night -- whirs and thumps and gurgles -- making sleep difficult, but eventually I put in earplugs and got a pretty solid night's rest, finally getting out of bed around 7: 00.”
“Wearing earplugs is like putting a Do Not Disturb sign on you," she says.”
“Two comments: First for all the scoffers, no, the right way to insert earplugs is not obvious.”
“After a while I fashioned some earplugs from a wadded up napkin, but the music was so loud it vibrated my chest.”
“Already have an iPod mini and, other than the fact that my earplugs are already pulling apart after 3 months, I love it.”
“I don’t like the idea of earplugs even if you don’t have children, you could sleep through something very important like a smoke/fire alarm or an emergency phone call.”
“Other pointers include instructing all workers to put on necessary protective equipment such as earplugs and face masks.”
“It also goes toward the extras that aren't provided by the hospital, such as earplugs, decks of cards, breath mints, deodorant and sleep masks.”
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“Over many hours, you'll be mesmerized with the frenetic pace of the dancing and the pounding rhythm of the drums but earplugs are a must because of the high decibel levels.”
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