Third-person singular simple present indicative form of earmark.(verb)
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Use "earmarks" in a sentence
"Did you know that they got $117 million in earmarks from the Democrats in the last ten years?"
"BLITZER: Let's talk about some news that the president is expected to make involving what they call earmarks, or the pork-barrel spending, which he is going to take new executive action on to eliminate as of what, tomorrow?"
"It's already been reported that the bill now contains $100 million in "earmarks" for Louisiana's Mary Landrieu."