earring

[ eer-ring, -ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF earring

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The other is a man's, sun-burned, discoloured, and also pierced for an earring.

A pendant is that which hangs from something else; as, an earring or a tassel.

But, on the other side, there was the assertion of the Islip people; and there was the earring.

The earring must have fallen from her ear then into the snow, and been hidden by it.

He carried off the earring; and we had never seen him, or it, from that day to this.

The earring and the theft—her own theft—flashed into her memory together.

That the captain had not touched the earring, Edwards knew full well.

Edwards is for ever thinking of that earring: he does not feel safe about it, you perceive.

The earring burning a hole in my pocket, and I not able to show Tod that it was there!

It seemed clear enough that the earring was not in the house.

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