Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of earn.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A name earns its reputation over time, no matter which one is chosen.

    HIGH TECH START UP

  • A name earns its reputation over time, no matter which one is chosen.

    HIGH TECH START UP

  • A name earns its reputation over time, no matter which one is chosen.

    HIGH TECH START UP

  • A name earns its reputation over time, no matter which one is chosen.

    HIGH TECH START UP

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    Dear readers...

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    Frederic Brown: the Arena of SF

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    Archive 2004-02-01

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    Mining Our History

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    The Problem of Humor

  • In Brown’s defense, there’s a switch at the end in which Chauncey becomes the object, from which the title earns its keep.

    Abominable

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