Definition of earhole in English:

earhole

Syllabification: ear·hole
Pronunciation: /ˈirˌhōl
 
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noun

1The external opening of the ear: seals can close their earholes under water
More example sentences
  • The ‘hear no evil’ monkey tells us that the liar will somehow protect their ears, by covering them with the hand or directly blocking the earhole with their finger.
  • ‘Not good’ observed Jinn as he plugged up his earholes with his fingers.
1.1 informal A person’s ear.
More example sentences
  • I was being flippant and there was a teacher who I liked a lot and he clumped me round the earhole.
  • I have followed drivers with a phone clamped to their earhole.
  • With a grin that extends from earhole to earhole, he passes a going back to the bench and gives her a ‘How ya doin’.

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