noun \ˈmas-ˌir\

Definition of MOUSE-EAR

:  a Eurasian hawkweed (Hieracium pilosella) introduced into North America that has soft hairy leaves and yellow flowers
:  any of several plants other than mouse-ear that have soft hairy leaves

First Known Use of MOUSE-EAR

13th century


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