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General Crossword Questions for “ears”

  • Unopened cyclopedia contains description of sound system
  • Listeners taking part in rehearsals
  • Head removed from shoulders, as brain between these
  • Walls are said to have them


  • The ear is part of the auditory system. The word "ear" may be used correctly to describe the entire organ or just the visible portion. In most mammals, the visible ear is a flap of tissue that is also called the pinna and is the first of many steps in hearing. — “Ear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The project was named through a community process and reflects the well-known lower Fraser Valley landmark, the Golden Ears peaks, which crown Mount Blanshard in Golden Ears Provincial Park. The successful submission to name the bridge was that of George Tabert, a local pastor. — “Golden Ears Bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Released: July 22, 1995. Parables for Wooden Ears was the debut studio album released by the Australian band Powderfinger. Parables for Wooden Ears was released on 18 July 1994 on the Polydor Records label.[3] Three singles were released from Parables for Wooden Ears; "Tail", released on 14. — “Parables for Wooden Ears - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • We had held this conversation in a low voice, well knowing my guardian's ears to be the sharpest of the sharp. — “Great expectations” by Charles Dickens
  • Arrow, a brown old sailor with earrings in his ears and a squint. — “Treasure Island” by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • A chance phrase that he had heard at the theatre, a whispered sneer that had reached his ears one night as he waited at the stage-door, had set loose a train of horrible thoughts. — “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde
  • ["Love deprives me of all my faculties: Lesbia, when once in thy presence, I have not left the power to tell my distracting passion: my tongue becomes torpid; a subtle flame creeps through my veins; my ears tingle in deafness; my eyes are veiled with darkness." Catullus, Epig. li. 5]... — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne
  • Such truth Learn I from him, who shows me the first love Of all intelligential substances Eternal: from his voice I learn, whose word Is truth, that of himself to Moses saith, 'I will make all my good before thee pass.' Lastly from thee I learn, who chief proclaim'st, E'en at the outset of thy heralding, In mortal ears the mystery of heav'n." — “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri
  • Meanwhile his face watched the road and the ears of the horse, he drove with steady attention through the villages, and she sat beside him, rapt, glowing, blinded with a new light. — “The Rainbow” by D. H. Lawrence


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