long-eared

long-eared

adj
(Zoology) (of an animal) having long ears
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Translations

long-eared

[ˈlɒŋˈɪəd] ADJorejudo, de orejas largas
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References in classic literature ?
And not only the long-eared and short-sighted fall upon their knees!
But Collins's eyes had read health, vigour, and long life, as well as laughableness of appearance and action in the long-eared hybrid.
And while the moralist, who is holding forth on the cover ( an accurate portrait of your humble servant), professes to wear neither gown nor bands, but only the very same long-eared livery in which his congregation is arrayed: yet, look you, one is bound to speak the truth as far as one knows it, whether one mounts a cap and bells or a shovel hat; and a deal of disagreeable matter must come out in the course of such an undertaking.
Nut and Shell were on his shoulders and he held a long-eared white rabbit in his arm and stroked and stroked it softly while it laid its ears along its back and enjoyed itself.
There are more than five known species of protected bats in the area of Betton and Oakley including the common pipistrelle, Daubenton's bat, the brown long-eared bat, noctule and the soprano pipistrelle.
Grab I presumed this was a long-eared owl, although I am not a bird expert.
Whoo's looking at you - It's a long-eared owl Just hanging around: a grey-headed flying fox The largest of Britain's three native newt species is suffering a slow decline, although large numbers can be found breeding in ponds around Greater Manchester.
AnRSPCA officer who attended the incident thought the long-eared bat was dead when it was discovered in the wall of a building inBroughton.
The barn, tawny, shorteared and long-eared owls are among native members of the species featured.