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Antonyms for eared

earless, new.

Usage examples for eared

  1. When, after the lapse of another week, the bandage was again removed, his inmost soul rejoiced, for his eyes showed him the rippling emerald- green surface of the Red Sea, and the outlines of the palms, the tents, the Amalekite woman, her boy, and her two long- eared goats. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  2. The sound of Canello's flying hoofs would often rouse a long- eared jack- rabbit, who with long leaps would go bounding over the flowers, to disappear in the brush. – A-Birding on a Bronco by Florence A. Merriam
  3. She need not have feared for her father's papers, her sister's dog's- eared Ollendorf, or her own sewing. – The New Rector by Stanley J. Weyman
  4. They made no answer, but when they returned for the empty dishes they left a couple of dog- eared magazines. – Man of Many Minds by E. Everett Evans
  5. " And you would doubtless have made a bonfire of this," picking up one dog's- eared document, " old Mr. Witherton's will; and this, a deed to an estate; and this, a bit of important evidence in a criminal case." – The Wide Awake Girls in Winsted by Katharine Ellis Barrett
  6. A book, worn and dog- eared lay near her on the grass. – Audrey by Mary Johnston
  7. After a tour of inspection the men wound up in the library- an absurd misnomer under the circumstances, inasmuch as the shelves were entirely bare except for Allie's dog- eared school books- and there, before a blazing gas log, they discussed the miracle. – Flowing Gold by Rex Beach
  8. She had triumphed gloriously over everyone who had foretold her ruin through breaking up pasture; strong- minded farmers could scarcely bear to drive along that lap of the Brodnyx road which ran through Joanna's wheat, springing slim and strong and heavy- eared as from Lothian soil- if there had been another way from Brodnyx to Rye market they would have taken it; indeed it was rumoured that on one occasion Vine had gone by train from Appledore because he couldn't abear the sight of Joanna Godden's ploughs. – Joanna Godden by Sheila Kaye-Smith
  9. Indeed, I am glad you find something interesting in those dog- eared old books. – By Berwen Banks by Allen Raine
  10. A woman's life is dog- eared by her love- affairs; this was the first in Margaret's book of life. – There was a King in Egypt by Norma Lorimer
  11. Only Gebhr's and Chamis' horses could not be found, but at any rate four remained, not counting the lap- eared creature, loaded with the tent and things, who, in view of the tragic occurrences, displayed a true philosophical calm. – In Desert and Wilderness by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  12. He felt sure that the narrow pass was guarded by keen- eared sentinels. – White Otter by Elmer Russell Gregor
  13. The people everywhere were open- eyed, open- eared and open- mouthed in their welcome and eagerness to hear them. – My Memories of Eighty Years by Chauncey M. Depew
  14. It was looking quite dog- eared and shabby! – The Daughters of a Genius by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  15. W Reva, 2. This big- eared bat evidently is uncommon in northwestern South Dakota. – Mammals of Northwestern South Dakota by Kenneth W. Andersen
  16. Paston looked into it, and it was a dogs'- eared edition of Shakespeare. – Curiosities of Impecuniosity by H. G. Somerville
  17. I was already coming to see Europe as no more than the dog's- eared corner of the page of history,- like most Europeans I had thought it the page- and my recovering mind was eager and open to see the world beyond and form some conception of the greater forces that lay outside our insularities. – The Passionate Friends by Herbert George Wells
  18. Being a sharp- eared person with a London drawing- room instinct, she plainly could hear what they were saying as they approached. – The Husbands of Edith by George Barr McCutcheon
  19. The dog's- eared manuscript of the " History of Renaissance Morals," unpacked by Stenson and hid in its usual place on the writing- table. – The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William J. Locke