• Definition for "dog-eared"
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dog-eared definition

  • adjective:
    • Bent or slightly ragged in features, especially as a result of having already been read often.
    • Bent or slightly ragged in appearance, specially because having been look over often times.
    • getting the corner folded over, as a kind of bookmark.
    • obtaining the spot folded more than, as a kind of bookmark.
    • getting the corners of this leaves refused and soiled by reckless or long-continued usage; -- stated of a novel.
    • obtaining the sides of this leaves refused and soiled by reckless or long-continued usage; -- stated of a book.
    • worn down, shabby.
    • worn-down, shabby.
    • worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having sides rejected
    • worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down
    • Bent or slightly ragged in features, specially considering having been look over often.
    • obtaining the place folded more than, as sort of bookmark.
    • obtaining the corners for the leaves turned-down and soiled by careless or long-continued use; -- said of a book.
    • worn out, shabby.
    • used or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners refused
    • Bent or slightly ragged to look at, especially as a result of having been look over often times.
    • Having the place folded over, as a kind of bookmark.
    • getting the corners of leaves rejected and soiled by careless or long-continued consumption; -- said of a novel.
    • worn out, shabby.
    • worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having sides turned-down
  • others:
    • Having the sides of the leaves curled over and soiled by use, as a book. Additionally dog's eared.
    • obtaining the corners of leaves curled over and soiled by use, as a novel. Additionally dog's-eared.
    • Having the corners of the leaves curled over and soiled by usage, as a book. Additionally dog's eared.
    • Having the sides for the leaves curled over and soiled by usage, as a book. In addition dog's eared.
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