[ UK /ˈi‍ələ‍ʊb/ ]
  1. the fleshy pendulous part of the external human ear
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How To Use earlobe In A Sentence

  • About 2 hours ago: "I think he wore an earring at some point, you could see the little divot in his earlobe — how long ago and why? November 2009
  • She had four studs in either earlobe and two small hoops at the top of her left ear.
  • With a teasing nibble to Shanza's earlobe, he trailed feather soft kisses down her jaw-line.
  • Or lobes, Vincent noticed, slightly larger and more spherule than earlobes, but hanging nonetheless from the scruff of his neck, from the woolly underside of his chin, and most prominently below the left eye, where a single bulbous teardrop of flesh dangled against the slope of his cheek. Heaven Lake
  • Thin black sideburns extended down to his earlobes in the style cartoonists adopted as the distinguishing mark of high-toned cads.
  • There are the Senators who know how to get things done, how to twist arms and pinch earlobes, and the Senators who float on a perfumed cloud of ideals.
  • Holding the phone tight to his right ear, smashing his fleshy earlobe, the way she said "fuckwit," and other combination specialties, over and over, and how much he wanted her as though she were illegal. The New Wife
  • He nipped her earlobe, sending a frisson of excitement along her nerves. How to Woo a Reluctant Lady
  • She stands on her tiptoes and playfully bites my earlobe, her gaze never leaving our mirrored reflection. Things You Can Do, Some Can't Be Done
  • While drunk last weekend, I discovered that I could fit the crowbar through the hole in my earlobe.
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