Having a specified kind or number of ears. Often used in combination: a lop-eared puppy. (adjective)
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Use "eared" in a sentence
"Its content features 256 Kbps recording density, which is perceivable even for tin eared music fans like myself, and was quite unique in this market arena where 128 Kbs is dominant, with a few 192 Kbps recording."
"One of only two "eared" owls in our region of the state, these little nocturnal mouse traps frequent the same wooded environs as the large great horned owl."
"They'd go well with a splash of chili oil and a dog-eared copy of Good Omens."