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earedPart of speech: Adjective Usage examples "eared":
- Two stump- tailed, tuft- eared animals, uttering loud ferocious screams, leaped from the boughs and tore away through the thickets, terror stabbing at their hearts, as the circling flame of red pursued them. - "The Hunters of the Hills", Joseph Altsheler.
- It is not acuteness of hearing- though the trapper learns to listen with the noiseless stealth of the pencil- eared lynx. - "The Story of the Trapper", A. C. Laut.
- There were rice and sugar plantations also, and their houses of one storey and red- tiled roofs and broad verandahs, and gangs of negroes as they trudged, laughing and shouting, to their work at the baking- house or mills for crushing the canes, and in the wide savannahs there were cattle grazing and herds of long- eared, fine mules, which put our sorry steeds to shame. - "Hurricane Hurry", W.H.G. Kingston.