from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The soft, fleshy, pendulous lower part of the external ear.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun the fleshy pendulous part of the external human ear
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About 2 hours ago: "I think he wore an earring at some point, you could see the little divot in his earlobe — how long ago and why?"
“I have a very good friend with the same name,” she continued while lightly brushing his earlobe with the tip of her tongue.
She stands on her tiptoes and playfully bites my earlobe, her gaze never leaving our mirrored reflection.
She got to her feet, tilting her head to the side and waggling her earlobe.
Do you have a piercing in a place other than your earlobe, or not?
Mindy kisses me behind the earlobe, creates cold, goose-skin magic, while Stacie floats to the CD player as though propelled by her own talismanic energy, as though her feet never touch the carpet.
He nipped her earlobe, sending a frisson of excitement along her nerves.
When he left, he went to a brothel, cut off his lower earlobe and left it with a prostitute named Rachel, asking her to “keep this object carefully”.
Eris tucked hair behind her ear, revealing three piercings in her earlobe and a tribal line tattoo behind and beneath her ear, along the hairline.
I felt two fingers grasp my right earlobe so hard it hurt!