Sentence for ears | Use ears in a sentence

Ears example sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use ears in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for ears.

  • Her ears burned crimson. (8)
  • Shut your ears, my angel! (10)
  • She was not speaking to ears. (10)
  • It rarely astonishes our ears. (10)
  • Val sat up and his ears burned. (8)
  • Gower was left with humming ears. (10)
  • Gregory put his hands to his ears. (8)
  • A sound of humming came to his ears. (8)
  • He had ears for nothing but the fact. (10)
  • Margarita put her fingers to her ears. (10)
  • Praise of my beauty lodges in my ears. (10)
  • In my ears, husband has the sweeter sound. (10)
  • Suddenly she threw her hands up to her ears. (8)
  • His face was tickled, his ears whistled into. (8)
  • And a sound like a faint sigh caught his ears. (8)
  • Oh, how his ears are torn by that violoncello! (10)
  • He put his hands up to his ears and ran down-stairs. (8)
  • Her eyes knew it, her ears were empty of the words. (10)
  • A third more violent Rap than ever again assaulted our ears. (4)
  • Shelton tried again to close his ears, but again he listened. (8)
  • There was a whispering in his ears, Joachim Heinzen insisted. (12)
  • Her voice was like the tinkling of harp-strings about his ears. (10)
  • Christian put her hands up to her ears, and ran out into the air. (8)
  • For fully half an hour, Gyp continued to sit up, straining her ears. (8)
  • Mrs. Pendyce rushed into the porch covering her ears with her hands. (8)
  • Madge made pretence of pricking her ears and followed into the shop. (10)
  • Clara put up her hands with the motion of intending to stop her ears. (10)
  • Her cheeks and ears and lips were burning, but her body felt icy cold. (8)
  • Well; she pleases German ears, and if they can support her, it is well. (10)
  • I should like to sit at a table; the sun burns me; my ears are afflicted. (10)
  • A series of boxes on the ears from Boddy began to astound and transform me. (10)
  • Could Polly refuse to try it on, when the flattering proposal met her ears? (10)
  • She believed that she was dreaming when by-and-by many voices filled her ears. (10)
  • Grancey Lespel bounced away with both hands outspread on the level of his ears. (10)
  • Lady Wathin closed her eyes, that the like effect might be produced on her ears. (10)
  • She cocked her ears, and could almost make out voices in the midnight stillness. (10)
  • Gyp, shaking back her dark plaits of hair, sat up by its side, straining her ears. (8)
  • Lavender, who was stopping his ears against the horrible noises which had now begun. (8)
  • She reads aloud to me, so that I save my eyes and practise my ears at the same time. (14)
  • The wary stuff their ears, the stolid bid her best sayings rebound on her reputation. (10)
  • A thunder was rolled in his ears when he heard of the flight of two months at one bound. (10)
  • But his laughter had scarcely died away ere the shrieks of drowning men rang in his ears. (19)
  • He never spared himself in any way, and his ears were always at the service of their woes. (8)
  • To the eyes and ears of Nedda that evening at dinner, all was new indeed, and all wonderful. (8)
  • There was sound for all that-not of distant music, but of blood beating in his ears and temples. (8)
  • He knew that he heard it with his ears, as he pursued the fleetest dreams ever accorded to mortal. (10)
  • Would Cramier recognize himself in this creature with the horn-like ears, and great bossed forehead? (8)
  • The spaniel John sighed, the fox-terriers dropped their ears, and lay down heavily against each other. (8)
  • Their humble little hopes and means to come to union approached, after a fashion, hymning at his ears. (10)
  • Take it as an axiom, when you utter a sentimentalism, that more than one pair of ears makes a cynical critic. (10)
  • A hansom cab rattled down the High Street; Hilary strained his ears after the failing clatter of hoofs and bell. (8)
  • His ears were quick enough to detect the tremulous note in her voice, the touch of surprise and sudden feeling. (13)
  • A sunless weltering September day whipped the window-panes and brought the roar of the beaten woods to her ears. (10)
  • Heartily ashamed of letting his ears be filled with secret talk, he went from the garden and crossed the street. (10)
  • In her ears it was the legal synonym for murder, and before the awfulness of that conception her heart recoiled. (13)
  • Very few even of the uneducated ears can tolerate such anti-climax vituperative as English after sounding Latin. (10)
  • On viewing the intruders, she laid those ears back, and a little vicious star gleamed out at the corner of her eye. (8)
  • The sound of a taxi stopping not far off had come to her ears, and she gathered her feet under her, planting them firmly. (8)
  • There was a strange ringing in his ears; his head seemed bursting; his chest was oppressed by the constriction of his clothing. (1)
  • And above the roar and clatter of the train, and the snoring of the Irishman, it kept sounding in her ears, hour after dark hour. (8)
  • So I told Kadrab to say nothing of this, but the idle-pated fellow blabbed it over the city, and it came to the ears of Goorelka. (10)
  • To her gray hair some lace of Chantilly was pinned with a little diamond brooch, and hung behind her delicate but rather long ears. (8)
  • A knot of people round Mr. Balladyce prevented her from moving far, however, and the voice of Mrs. Smallpeace travelled to her ears. (8)
  • Perhaps it was thrown in for the comfort of mundane ears afflicted sorely, and no point of principle pertained to the slur on a monk. (10)
  • He knew he was captivating, his old conquests whispered in his ears, and her reception of him all but pointed to a footstool at her feet. (10)
  • With ears flattened against his head and eyes gleaming like balls of fire he crept forward stealthily, cautiously measuring the distance. (21)
  • He might accord to her her due position, and paint her fair: he might be shrewd, jocose, gentle, pathetic, wonderfully wise: he spoke to deaf ears. (10)
  • Winton sat beside the chauffeur, smoking viciously, his fur collar turned up over his ears, his eyes stabbing the darkness, under his round, low-drawn fur cap. (8)

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