Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling an ear (body part).

Etymologies

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ear +‎ -like

Examples

  • Battle raged on around him, the constant sounds of gunfire ringing in his programmed earlike audio receptors.

    365 tomorrows » 2007 » February : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Battle raged on around him, the constant sounds of gunfire ringing in his programmed earlike audio receptors.

    365 tomorrows » 2006 » October : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Because he, or she, or they understood that the underlying concept runs much deeper than the mere notion of an earlike protuberance on the side of a cylinder.

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  • Because he, or she, or they understood that the underlying concept runs much deeper than the mere notion of an earlike protuberance on the side of a cylinder.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Because he, or she, or they understood that the underlying concept runs much deeper than the mere notion of an earlike protuberance on the side of a cylinder.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Because he, or she, or they understood that the underlying concept runs much deeper than the mere notion of an earlike protuberance on the side of a cylinder.

    NYT > Home Page

  • NEW ORLEANS - The creatures living in the depths of the ocean are as weird and outlandish as the creations in a Dr. Seuss book: tentacled transparent sea cucumbers, primitive "dumbos" that flap earlike fins, and tubeworms that feed on oil deposits.

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  • Among the creatures identified in the deep sea areas were luminous jellyfish and gelatinous creatures known as finned octopods, or "dumbos," because they flap earlike fins and look like the cartoon elephant.

    AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (AJE)

  • NEW ORLEANS - The creatures living in the depths of the ocean are as weird and outlandish as the creations in a Dr. Seuss book: tentacled transparent sea cucumbers, primitive "Dumbos" that flap earlike fins, and tubeworms that feed on oil deposits.

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  • NEW ORLEANS - The creatures living in the depths of the ocean are as weird and outlandish as the creations in a Dr. Seuss book: tentacled transparent sea cucumbers, primitive "Dumbos" that flap earlike fins, and tubeworms that feed on oil deposits.

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