- s worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
a somewhat dog-eared duke...a bit run down"-Clifton Fadiman
an old book with dog-eared pages
- a having ears (or appendages resembling ears) or having ears of a specified kind; often used in combination
- But baggy-eyed, jug-eared Chinese General Chen Yi, looking back on the worst month of his Formosa governorship, would never forget the woman known as Hsieh Hseh-hungThanks .
- Charles Schultz' floppy-eared mutt has gone through six balloon changes since his debut in 1968.
- His shirtsleeves were rolled up, and he flipped me a dog-eared basketball autographed by Lenny Wilkens.
News & Articles
- What aren't we seeing? The data iceberg: new report
Data may be the most dog-eared word in marketing right now, but it’s still safe to say that truly integrated marketing will increasingly depend on it.
June 20, 2013 - e-Consultancy
- ‘What do I wear to a hijacking?’
The Skies Belong to Us Love and Terror in the Golden Age of Hijacking By Brendan I. Koerner Crown Publishers On June 2, 1972, a disturbed Vietnam veteran named Roger Holder packed the following items into a briefcase: “an alarm clock, a dog-eared copy of Madame Blavatsky’s ‘The Secret...
June 16, 2013 - New York Post
- Kent Desormeaux in Kansas City Star
Desormeaux said he didn't even know how much horse he had in the tank, down the backstretch, because Big Brown was just cruising on his own, "just galloping, floppy-eared."
- Richard Dreyfuss in BBC News
Richard Dreyfuss, and co-star Kevin Spacey, spoke about their play Complicit, in which "some jug-eared TV interviewer" makes a cameo, and the West's record on torture.
- Douglas Brinkley in New York Times
A speed-reading bookaholic, TR called his dog-eared traveling volumes 'The Pigskin Library' because they had waterproof covers,Brinkley said in an e-mail message.