The ear trumpet was resurrected from the interior of the vehicle.
There at the corner, ear trumpet adjusted, and spectacles glistening, stood Debby Beasley.
Then the tube, like an ear trumpet, throws all the air vibrations in one direction, so that you hear the sound easily.
He is a hoary-headed old person, decrepit and garrulous, with only one leg worth speaking about, and an ear trumpet.
There you may see music pages written by him, letters, medals, instruments; even his ear trumpet is there.
The ear trumpet is an illustration of a sound-collecting device, the waves being brought together by reflection.
His solicitor, Mr. John Lawless, announced the fact to him through his ear trumpet.
Through many years Reynolds was very deaf, and was obliged to use an ear trumpet to aid him in general conversation.
Thus an ear trumpet (Fig. 320), uses the principle of reflection and concentration of sound.
She hobbled rapidly around the chamber until she had found a box as large as a bird cage, and an ear trumpet.