cauliflower ear

  1. an auricle deformed by injury; common among boxers
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How To Use cauliflower ear In A Sentence

  • He sports cauliflower ears and is nicknamed Crazy Horse. Times, Sunday Times
  • I had cauliflower ears that were so badly swollen I could see them without a mirror. Times, Sunday Times
  • And his cauliflower ears, toothless grin and boneless nose are testimony to his unrelenting quest for simulated perfection.
  • And served with cauliflower ears, obviously. Times, Sunday Times
  • With their cauliflower ears, arms like hams of bacon and battered faces, which characters do the players resemble? Times, Sunday Times
  • He's paid out good money to have his teeth capped and cauliflower ear sorted.
  • Gone were her cauliflower ears, gone was her pug nose, her squat face had ballooned out, her once squinty eyes were now just slits in her plug-ugly face.
  • Parker's mug in the previous book, you'll see it's an older, grizzlier face, more gristle than meat, a face like a cauliflower ear. Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
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