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Definition of lend (one's) ear

lend (one's) ear

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Other terms relating to 'ear':

Definitions include: to be prepared to listen intently.
Definitions include: to talk to.
Definitions include: to mark one's place in a book by folding down the corner of the page.
Definitions include: contact between an ear and a boob (breast.)
Definitions include: something pleasing to listen to, especially music-related.
Definitions include: a metaphorical "orgasm of the ears" due to hearing something immensely satisfying, having a good ear cleaning, etc.
Definitions include: to eavesdrop.
Definitions include: someone who enjoys listening to and spreading gossip.
Definitions include: a song or song fragment that gets stuck in one's head.
Definitions include: to get a haircut.
Definitions include: for something heard to not have any effect.
Definitions include: very high; excessively high.
Definitions include: to monitor new information or rumors.
Definitions include: to monitor new information or rumors.
Definitions include: to beat someone up

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