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noun ear·mold \ˈi(ə)r-ˌmōld\

Medical Definition of earmold

  1. :  a device of usually acrylic, vinyl, or silicone that fits within the outer ear, is connected by way of a tube to a hearing aid worn behind the ear, and serves especially to channel the amplified sound from the hearing aid to the ear canal

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