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  • noun The condition or tendency to hear with one ear more than the other.
  • noun in combinations The state or quality of having a particular type of ear.


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  • I say with awe, deign to bless me by correcting the unwitting faults which, seen and heard by you, I have committed, by blowing off and clearing away the calamities which evil gods might inflict, by causing me to live long like the hard and lasting rock, and by repeating to the gods of heavenly origin and to the gods of earthly origin the petitions which I present every day, along with your breath, that they may hear with the sharp-earedness of the forth-galloping colt.

    The Religions of Japan From the Dawn of History to the Era of Méiji William Elliot Griffis 1885


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