dog-ear definition

  • noun:
    • A turned-down spot of a web page in a book.
    • collapsed place of a page (because from a book or mag, in order to mark an individual's destination)
    • an acroterium.
    • a corner of a typical page rejected to mark somewhere.
    • a corner of a web page refused to mark your home
    • A turned-down spot of a full page in a book.
    • folded place of a typical page (as from a novel or magazine, in order to mark one's destination)
    • an acroterium.
    • a large part of a web page turned down to mark a location.
    • a corner of a typical page turned-down to mark your house
    • A turned-down part of a web page in a novel.
    • A turned-down spot of a web page in a book.
    • creased spot of a page (because from a book or magazine, so as to mark one's place)
    • folded place of a page (as from a novel or magazine, to be able to mark an individual's spot)
    • an acroterium.
    • an acroterium.
    • a large part of a web page rejected to mark somewhere.
    • a corner of a typical page turned-down to mark somewhere.
    • a corner of a full page turned down to mark your home
    • a large part of a web page turned-down to mark your home
  • verb-transitive:
    • To turn along the place of (the page of a novel).
    • to help make worn or shabby from overuse.
    • To turn down the corner of (the page of a book).
    • to produce used or shabby from overuse.
    • To turn along the spot of (the page of a novel).
    • to make down the spot of (the page of a novel).
    • To make used or shabby from overuse.
    • to help make used or shabby from overuse.
  • verb:
    • To fold the corner of a novel's web page.
    • To fold the part of a book's web page.
    • To fold the place of a book's page.
    • To fold the place of a novel's page.

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