Definition of Eardrums

1. Noun. (plural of eardrum) ¹



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Definition of Eardrums

1. eardrum [n] - See also: eardrum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eardrums

earbud
earbuds
earcap
earcaps
earcockle
earcon
earcons
earcup
earcups
eard
earded
earding
eardrop
eardrops
eardrum
eardrums (current term)
eards
eare
eared
eared grebe
eared seal
eared seals
earedness
eares
earflap
earflaps
earful
earfuls
eargasm
eargasmic

Literary usage of Eardrums

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1. The Association Review by American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf (1907)
"Includes boil behind ear: broken eardrums; corrosion mastoid bone; defective eardrums; disease oi bone; disease of mastoid bone; drum of ear gone; ..."

2. The Blind and the Deaf, 1900 by United States Census Office. 12th Census, 1900 (1906)
"DIAGRAM 33. tube; concavity of tympanum; congestion; congestion of the eardrum; contraction of eardrums; drum oí ear closed; drum of ear down; ..."

3. How to Do Science Experiments with Children by Joan Bentley (2003)
"When they enter our ears, they cause our eardrums to vibrate. Electrical signals are sent from our eardrums to our brain, where the vibrations are ..."

4. Erased in a Moment: Suicide Bombing Attacks Against Israeli Civilians by Joe Stork (2002)
"People are lying, wounded, all around. I saw bones protruding from my foot. I could hear nothing. I have holes in my eardrums from the explosion. ..."

5. Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat, Medical and Surgical by Wendell Christopher Phillips (1919)
"In many cases the hearing is not capable of being improved, and Toynbee, Gruber and others have found it advantageous to employ artificial eardrums in these ..."

6. A Source Book of Biological Nature-study by Elliot Rowland Downing (1919)
"The large eardrums just back of his eyes are also characteristic of this animal, for though other frogs have similar eardrums, none are as conspicuous or ..."

7. An Oberland Châlet by Edith Elmer Wood (1910)
"most of us found produced clicking of the eardrums alternating with a ... His eardrums wouldn't click. Our assurance to him that there was nothing ..."

8. The Path of Kabbalah: Revealing the Hidden Wisdom by Michael Rav Laitman, Rav Michael Laitman PhD (2005)
"For example, we cannot perceive actual sounds, only the movement of our eardrums resulting from the pressure of the wave in the air that pressures our ..."

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