Definition of earmuff
: one of a pair of ear coverings connected by a flexible band and worn as protection against cold or noises
Examples of earmuff in a Sentence
wearing a pair of earmuffs
Recent Examples of earmuff from the Web
That same day, SpecWest Concrete Systems of Sacramento spent $312 on safety glasses and $146 for protective earmuffs, according to invoices submitted to the state.
At the NRA’s indoor gun range, reporters were advised to wear protective earplugs and protective earmuffs, and yes, a loud blast from the guns equipped with silencers was still audible and still sounded like gunfire.
Niels Grützner, one of the parents, held his son Bo, 3, who wore green earmuffs to minimize the crowd noise.
Billie Lourd as Lieutenant Connix Many wondered if Lourd’s ever-present earmuffs in Scream Queens were an homage to her famous mother’s famous buns in Star Wars.
If the cold is due to a nuclear winter caused by the Third World War, please try on the earmuffs.
So put on a warm hat and earmuffs, pour yourselves a glass of warm cider, and, uh, turn on some club music and bust out your dad-li-est dance moves, while listening to this week’s In the Limelight episode.
Although his friends initially mocked him, Lipsman writes, the earmuff caught on quickly.
Some entrepreneurs sold Hello Kitty earmuffs for last-minute joiners.
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Definition of earmuff for English Language Learners
: either one of a pair of pads that cover the ears to keep them warm and that are connected by a flexible band
EARMUFF Defined for Kids
Definition of earmuff for Students
: one of a pair of coverings joined by a flexible band and worn to protect the ears from cold or noise
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