from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to or having or hearing with only one ear; monaural. Opposite of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- One year old; immature.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a single ear
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Like a flash, he surveyed his whole future and saw himself going one-eared through life, and in the same dash, as though inspired, his thumbs flew to the man's eyes and pressed heavily on the balls.
In the distance, beside a pasture fence, I saw one-eared Eddie Tokus run to Silas, telling him the news.
And I felt like Bongo, the one-eared rabbit in Matt Groening's Life in Hell cartoon, shut up and gagged in a detention room.
We had been turned away by a fat, corrupt policeman who pretended our papers weren't in order, but who was really taking instructions from a dead-eyed, one-eared gangmaster who sat next to him.
Cumming, a gift to the sometimes distant cameraman in her pink coat, was terrific on Rembrandt – a man with a self for every occasion – and Van Gogh, in whose final whorls of celestial blue she saw not the one-eared misery of the lunatic asylum, but light, hope and dignity.
A few minutes later she was joined by Samantha, her sixteen-pound one-eyed, one-eared tabby cat.
No one seemed to be interested in a scruffy one-eared cat with social difficulties.
In the next window, the middle one, stood a black, one-eared cat gazing out onto the street.
In the tradition of such authors as Garrison Keillor and Fannie Flagg, she tells warm and funny stories -- about what happens when her Mama decides to train a taxidermist to cook, about teaching school with the help of the Titanic and a one-eared intellectual, about the challenge of gardening in Georgia, where 'vegetation does not know its place.'
- LeftyBrown's Corner on the passing of their one-eared Boston Terrier, Baby.