Definitions

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  • noun The outer aperture of the ear; the entrance to the ear canal.
  • noun A puncture in the ear, usually in the earlobe, such as for earrings.
  • noun An opening in a head-covering, such as a hat or helmet, for the ears.

Etymologies

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ear +‎ hole.

Examples

  • On the catwalk Lester moved around from the off side, sat back against the tank, put the crosshairs on Billy's left earhole and with no more forethought than you'd give a dumpster rat touched off a 125 grain copper point that made hardly a mark going in and removed the offside of his skull coming out.

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  • I screamed directly into his earhole, and he jerked as though I had run a hot wire into it.

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  • So, take your five cent, gumball machine Private Investigators License and blow it out of your earhole.

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  • Granted, I didn't have one blowing in my earhole, but I am now like one of Pavlov's dogs, when I hear a vuvuzela, I get a soccer woody.

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  • So I yelped: "Out out out out!" like a doggie, and then I cracked this veck who was sitting next to me and well away and burbling a horrorshow crack on the ooko or earhole, but he didn't feel it and went on with his "Telephonic hardware and when the farfarculule gets rubadubdub".

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  • The earhole is still there, clotted and oozing pus.

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  • The flap called the tragus protects of the auditory meatus, or earhole.

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  • The flap called the tragus protects of the auditory meatus, or earhole.

    The Anatomy of the Ear

  • The flap called the tragus protects of the auditory meatus, or earhole.

    The Anatomy of the Ear

  • So if Im being ‘trained’ on the street, does that mean I can give a yoof a good whack round the earhole & ‘learn from my mistakes?’

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