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Definition of "sharp-eared" [sharp-eared]

  • Having keen hearing (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "sharp-eared" in a sentence
  • "Behold the intoxicating footage of a Timber Wolf pack, 25 of them, strong, noble, united, sharp-eared and slobbery tongued – and then behold the plump bison pack in their midst: nature's version of Gourmet Burger Kitchen."
  • "The bleak comedy of Patrick's sexual frustration Mary having retreated into intimacy with their baby son is all the funnier because we already know that Robert is indeed a sharp-eyed, sharp-eared witness."
  • "John Dow is just the right amount of addled as the Larrabee patriarch, Donna Migliaccio is discreetly amusing as the sharp-eared housekeeper, and as Sabrina's father, Craig Wallace holds the show in his capable hands for a lovely spell near the end."
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