Definition of eared
: having ears especially of a specified kind or number a big-eared man golden-eared corn
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The Cincinnati Reds shortstop had an agreement with teammate Joey Votto, who promised a large-eared animal as a reward for making the National League All-Star team.
In multiple appearances, Brooks is most entertaining as Yogurt, a golden-skinned, pointy-eared oracle into product merchandising.
Ni No Kuni 2 tells the story of King Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum (yes really), the young, fox-eared ruler of the mythical kingdom of Ding Dong Dell.
When prompted to think of the link between Ariana Grande, Dangerous Woman, and headgear, the shiny black bunny-eared mask the singer wore on the album cover probably comes to mind.
Gone are the days of dusty travel agencies and dog-eared brochures.
The fungus has been found in eight bat species but has hurt four species – northern long-eared, little brown, tricolored and Indiana bats – the worst.
Swift little falcons, intense Cooper’s hawks, gorgeous northern harriers, long-eared owls and bald eagles by the dozen come here to feed on voles and other small rodents.
Currently, social media is flooded with photos of bunny-eared ribbons as tribute to those lost in the Manchester bombing, and now, tattoos of bumble bees are joining the mix.
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First Known Use of eared
before 12th century
Medical Definition of eared
: having ears especially of a specified kind or number a big-eared man
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