Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An ear-ring or ear-drop.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She reached up to bat both hands against his earbob, making it gently swing.

    Spirited

  • She was pondering that, when the pretty woman who had taken her earbob sidled up to Wusamequin.

    Spirited

  • She was pondering that, when the pretty woman who had taken her earbob sidled up to Wusamequin.

    Spirited

  • “Mahwah,” she said, and placed the earbob into a small leather pouch back at her waist.

    Spirited

  • Isabella recognized the pretty woman who had taken her earbob as she raced up to Isabella and spat at her.

    Spirited

  • She reached up to bat both hands against his earbob, making it gently swing.

    Spirited

  • She tucked it behind her ear, grazing her golden, rose-shaped earbob, and continued to drink in the beauty surrounding her.

    Spirited

  • Isabella recognized the pretty woman who had taken her earbob as she raced up to Isabella and spat at her.

    Spirited

  • “Mahwah,” she said, and placed the earbob into a small leather pouch back at her waist.

    Spirited

  • She tucked it behind her ear, grazing her golden, rose-shaped earbob, and continued to drink in the beauty surrounding her.

    Spirited

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