Definition of walls have ears
- Lower your voice and be careful what you say. The walls have ears.
: a high thick masonry structure forming a long rampart or an enclosure chiefly for defense
: a masonry fence around a garden, park, or estate
: a structure that serves to hold back pressure (as of water or sliding earth)
: to provide, cover with, or surround with or as if with a wall
: to separate by or as if by a wall
: to roll in a dramatic manner
: to roll (one's eyes) in a dramatic manner
: the characteristic vertebrate organ of hearing and equilibrium consisting in the typical mammal of a sound-collecting outer ear separated by the tympanic membrane from a sound-transmitting middle ear that in turn is separated from a sensory inner ear by membranous fenestrae
: any of various organs (as of a fish) capable of detecting vibratory motion
: the external ear of humans and most mammals
: the fruiting spike of a cereal (such as wheat or corn) including both the seeds and protective structures
: to form ears in growing
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