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Meanings of Ear-piercing:

adjective

→  ear-splitting

Ear-splitting

ˈɪəˌsplɪt.ɪŋ

Meanings of Ear-splitting:

adjective

Extremely loud

Meanings of Earaches:

noun

Pain inside the ear.

Usage examples:

I've got earache

Earbash

ˈɪəbaʃ

Meanings of Earbash:

verb

Talk to (someone) at length, often in a reproachful manner.

Usage examples:

Mps were earbashed daily on the campaign trail

Meanings of Earclip:

noun

An earring, especially one that clips on.

Meanings of Eardrop:

noun

Liquid medication to be applied in small amounts to the ear.

Meanings of Eardrops:

noun

Liquid medication to be applied in small amounts to the ear.

Meanings of Eardrum:

noun

The membrane of the middle ear, which vibrates in response to sound waves; the tympanic membrane.

Usage examples:

The ear canal is closed at its inner end by a thin diaphragm of stretched skin known as the eardrum…

Meanings of Eardrums:

noun

The membrane of the middle ear, which vibrates in response to sound waves; the tympanic membrane.

Usage examples:

The ear canal is closed at its inner end by a thin diaphragm of stretched skin known as the eardrum…

Meanings of Eared:

suffix

With ears of a particular type

Usage examples:

A long-eared rabbit

Earflap

ˈɪə ˌflæp

Meanings of Earflap:

noun

One of the two pieces of material or fur on some hats that can be pulled down to cover the ears

Earflaps

ˈɪə ˌflæp

Meanings of Earflaps:

noun

One of the two pieces of material or fur on some hats that can be pulled down to cover the ears

Earful

ˈɪə.fʊl

Meanings of Earful:

noun

A prolonged and angry reprimand.

Usage examples:

Executives got an earful about poor rail connections

Earfuls

ˈɪəf(ə)l

Meanings of Earfuls:

noun

A prolonged and angry reprimand.

Usage examples:

Executives got an earful about poor rail connections

Earhole

ˈɪəhəʊl

Meanings of Earhole:

noun

The external opening of the ear.

Usage examples:

Seals can close their earholes under water

Meanings of Earings:

noun

The action of ploughing; (also) an instance of this, a ploughing.

Earl

əːl

Meanings of Earl:

noun

A british nobleman ranking above a viscount and below a marquess.

Usage examples:

Her husband the earl had died

Meanings of Earldom:

noun

The rank or title of an earl.

Usage examples:

On the death of his brother brien in 1562 he succeeded to the earldom, though his title was not rec…

Earldoms

ˈɜːl.dəm

Meanings of Earldoms:

noun

The rank or title of an earl.

Usage examples:

On the death of his brother brien in 1562 he succeeded to the earldom, though his title was not rec…

Meanings of Earlet:

noun

A thing resembling a small ear. zoology. the tragus of a bat's ear, especially when in the form of an erect fleshy structure in front of the pinna.

Earlier

ˈəːli

Meanings of Earlier:

adjective

Happening or done before the usual or expected time.

Usage examples:

We ate an early lunch
adverb

Before the usual or expected time.

Usage examples:

I was planning to finish work early today
noun

Potatoes which are ready to be harvested before the main crop.

Usage examples:

The versatile early potato solanum tuberosum has many varieties, which have their own distinct seas…

Comparative of early

Earliest

ˈəːli

Meanings of Earliest:

adjective

Happening or done before the usual or expected time.

Usage examples:

We ate an early lunch
adverb

Before the usual or expected time.

Usage examples:

I was planning to finish work early today
noun

Potatoes which are ready to be harvested before the main crop.

Usage examples:

The versatile early potato solanum tuberosum has many varieties, which have their own distinct seas…

Superlative of early

Earlobe

ˈɪələʊb

Meanings of Earlobe:

noun

A soft, rounded fleshy part hanging from the lower margin of the ear.

Usage examples:

A useful guide to whether a patient has parotid enlargement is to look for outward deflection of th…

Earlobes

ˈɪə.ləʊb

Meanings of Earlobes:

noun

A soft, rounded fleshy part hanging from the lower margin of the ear.

Usage examples:

A useful guide to whether a patient has parotid enlargement is to look for outward deflection of th…

Earlock

ˈiːəlɒk

Meanings of Earlock:

noun

A lock of hair over or above the ear.

Usage examples:

A small man with a white beard and scraggly earlocks

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