Definition of eared
: having ears especially of a specified kind or number a big-eared man golden-eared corn
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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.
Hmmm… Guess that’s why MS hired comedienne Amy Sedaris and her big eared critters to star in a viral video for their workman’s app.
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Before 12th Century
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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