The projection of skin-covered cartilage in front of the meatus of the external ear. (noun)
Any of the hairs growing at the entrance to the meatus of the external ear. (noun)
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Use "tragus" in a sentence
"The fold of skin in front of the opening of the ear the tragus is an acupressure point for feeling full."
"The flap called the tragus protects of the auditory meatus, or earhole."
"It can also be used for other piercings, such as tragus or conchs, just to name a few."