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jug-eared

Having ears that stick out markedly from the side of the head, thus resembling the handles of a jug. More...

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jug-eared — Having ears that stick out markedly from the side of the head, thus resembling the handles of a jug.
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It takes a cross-eyed gaze to linger over the jug-eared detail for the idiom to become long-in-the tooth.
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