IPA: ˈɪrhoʊɫ


  • The outer aperture of the ear; the entrance to the ear canal.
  • A puncture in the ear, usually in the earlobe, such as for earrings.
  • An opening in a head-covering, such as a hat or helmet, for the ears.

ear hole

IPA: ˈɪrhˈoʊɫ


  • a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the ears

Examples of "earhole" in Sentences

    Examples of "ear-hole" in Sentences

    • Zach says he jumped off his couch on the “ear-hole” tackle.
    • The costumes are good, though I kept noticing Shrek's ear-hole.
    • 'I saw him tonight, giving you verbal diarrhoea of the ear-hole.'
    • My nose and nogas and ear-hole stung and pained like bezoomny, so I said:
    • I lean forward and with my black servoglove, I pat Cheval just above the ear-hole.
    • I swung around, grabbed the knitting needle from her hand and thrust it into Hugh's ear-hole.
    • I did not then know that in shooting an elephant one would shoot to cut an imaginary bar running from ear-hole to ear-hole.
    • Each wore a flat, turtle-shell ring suspended through his nose, and each carried a clay pipe in an ear-hole or thrust inside a beaded biceps armlet.
    • There was a tick in her ear-hole, and Nefer plucked it off then crushed it between his fingernails and offered the bloody fragment for her to smell.
    • I ought, therefore, as the elephant was sideways on, to have aimed straight at his ear-hole, actually I aimed several inches in front of this, thinking the brain would be further forward.

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