• Definition for "dog's-ear"
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dog's-ear definition

  • noun:
    • The corner of a leaf, in a novel, turned down just like the ear of your dog.
    • The corner of a leaf in a novel bent over such as the ear of a dog by reckless use.
    • Nautical, the bight created when you look at the leech-rope of a topsail or course in reefing.
    • The spot of a leaf, in a novel, turned down like the ear of your dog.
    • The place of a leaf in a novel bent over like ear of a dog by reckless use.
    • Nautical, the bight created when you look at the leech-rope of a topsail or course in reefing.
    • The part of a leaf, in a novel, turned down just like the ear of your dog.
    • The place of a leaf, in a novel, turned down such as the ear of your pet dog.
    • The corner of a leaf in a book bent over such as the ear of your dog by reckless usage.
    • The place of a leaf in a novel bent over just like the ear of a dog by careless use.
    • Nautical, the bight created when you look at the leech-rope of a topsail or training course in reefing.
    • Nautical, the bight created in the leech-rope of a topsail or training course in reefing.
  • others:
    • To fold over in dog's-ears, as leaves in a novel.
    • To flex more than in dog's-ears, given that leaves in a book.
    • To bend over in puppy's-ears, because the leaves in a novel.
    • To fold more than in puppy's-ears, due to the fact leaves in a novel.
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