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Definition of "earpieces" [earpieces]

  • The organ of hearing and balance in higher vertebrates and of balance only in fishes. In humans and other mammals it consists of three parts (noun)
  • The outermost cartilaginous part of the ear (pinna) in mammals, esp humans (noun)
  • The sense of hearing (noun)
  • Sensitivity to musical sounds, poetic diction, etc (noun)
  • Attention, esp favourable attention; consideration; heed (esp in the phrases give ear to, lend an ear) (noun)
  • An object resembling the external ear in shape or position, such as a handle on a jug (noun)
  • A display box at the head of a newspaper page, esp the front page, for advertisements, etc (noun)
  • Plural form of earpiece. (noun)

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Use "earpieces" in a sentence
  • "The earpieces are a glossy black, but other than that they're quite understated and a good fit."
  • "Descending from the earpieces is a 52-inch cable that is double coated in silver and then clear plastic, which gives it a bit of a shine and also makes it impressively thick and reasonably tangle-resistant."
  • "I would choose the Shures only because the earpieces are a touch smaller and will sometimes even stay in my ears, and since you have had good experiences with the fit and comfort of Shure earphones before, these ones should suit you well."