earhole

(redirected from earholes)

earhole

(ˈɪəhəʊl)
n
(Anatomy) informal Brit the hole of the ear
Translations

earhole

[ˈɪəhəʊl] Nagujero m de la oreja
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
He was, it appeared, a Regius Professor and the author of some half-dozen works on sociology--a record, Owen felt, that almost justified loaf-slinging and earhole clipping in moments of irritation.
I said to the lads it's tough when people get in their earholes and start driving wedges and saying this is wrong and that's wrong and everything else is wrong.
If she or any of her fellow luvvies actually knew or mixed with working class people they'd know we love this country and have patriotism coming out of our earholes - which is precisely why so many of us want out of the EU.
Attempts by U2 to ram their music into the earholes of the whole world by plonking it in their iTunes account have been met with marginally less pleasure than being given a name check by Alex Salmond.
They used clay to secure 30 pins to various "anatomical landmarks" around the skull, like eye position, earholes, the shape of the nose and nostrils.
I hope as soon as that individual puts that phone to their ears it sends an almighty shockwave through their earholes.
You get eight of the finest earbud tips to find the absolute best fit for your earholes.
com MOBILE MUSIC| Of course you want music on the move, but how best to deliver it into your earholes is a tricky business.
They'd had Paul in their earholes telling them what he wants and he expects.
I've got bags and shoes coming out of my earholes because before I lost the weight they were the only things that I knew would fit, so to go out and buy clothes now is a joy.
ON THE subject of the Beeb, one of my biggest gripes is always how local radio disc jockeys get away with shamelessly forcing their drivel down my earholes by hijacking the travel bulletins.
At the same time, I don't think the Sri Lankans like the ball up around their earholes.