good hearing; "he had a keen ear"; "a good ear for pitch"
auricle: the externally visible cartilaginous structure of the external ear
attention to what is said; "he tried to get her ear"
fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
dog-eared: worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down; "a somewhat dog-eared duke...a bit run down"-Clifton Fadiman; "an old book with dog-eared pages"
The ear is the anatomical organ that detects sound. It not only acts as a receiver for sound, but also plays a major role in the sense of balance and body position. The ear is part of the auditory system.
Experimental Audio Research is a group formed around Peter Kember (a.k.a. Sonic Boom), formerly of Spacemen 3. To quote from the liner notes of the first E.A.R. full-length release, Mesmerised, "E.A.R. ...
An ear is the grain-bearing tip part of the stem of a cereal plant, such as wheat or maize. It can also refer to "a prominent lobe in some leaves".
An Enterprise Archive, or EAR, is a file format used by Java EE for packaging one or more modules into a single archive so that the deployment of the various modules onto an application server happens simultaneously and coherently. ...
In geometry, a vertex (plural vertices) is a special kind of point which describes the corners or intersections of geometric shapes. Vertices are commonly used in computer graphics to define the corners of surfaces (typically triangles) in 3D models, where each such point is given as a vector.
The Ear rune of the Anglo-Saxon futhorc is a late addition to the alphabet. It is, however, still attested from epigraphical evidence, notably the Thames scramasax, and its introduction thus cannot postdate the 9th century. It is transliterated as ea, and the Anglo-Saxon rune poem glosses it as
The organ of hearing, consisting of the pinna, auditory canal, eardrum, malleus, incus, stapes and cochlea; The external part of the organ of hearing, the auricle; A police informant; To plough
(Eared) Applied to animals borne with the ears of a different color from that of the body. In such a case the animal is said to be "eared of" such a color or metal. Earl - The title of an English noble, the third in rank, coming next below a marquis.
(Eared) Of an architrave (a formalized lintel), with side projections at the top. Also called a lugged architrave.
(eared) as used in the description of projectile points the ear-shaped or "tab-like" projections at the basal corners produced by the combination of a concave base and deep, wide side-notches.
(Ears) Space at the top of the front page on each side of the newspaper's name where ads, weather news, index to pages or announcement of special features appears.
(Ears) Parts soldered, bumped, or riveted to the side of a can to which a carrying bail is inserted.
(ears) Pastries made so as to resemble small ears (Montagne under roussette). See also 'lettuces'.
(EARS) Needing to listen more carefully or turn your attention to something; being attentive / Giving time to someone (lending an ear); keeping updated on events, trends or opinions (ear to the ground); learning to improvise (doing it by ear); feeling overwhelmed (up to your ears); an inability ...
(EARS) The East African Rift System extending from the Afar Triangle on the Red Sea north of Abyssinia to the south at Lake Rudolf (Turkana) where it splits in two, the East or Gregory or Kenyan Rift passing by Nairobi and Lake Natron, west of Kilimanjaro. ...
(Ears) Large, upright, set wide apart but at right angles to the head and looking as if alert.
(Ears) Long-eared Phanesians from Hartman Schedel's Liber Chronicarum (1493).
(Ears) Originally in Sugar Mountain's possession, they were given to and merged with Johnny Joestar. However, in order to prevent Gyro from turning fully into a tree, Johnny gave the ears to one of the 11 nameless men. They were then brought to Valentine and later merged with Lucy Steel.