ear trumpet


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a conical acoustic device formerly used to direct sound to the ear of a hearing-impaired person

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they whisper, as if Osama himself was sipping a lager in the corner armed with an ear trumpet.
Then there was: ear trumpet, mellifluous, cascade, serendipity, cumquat, verisimilitude and contrapuntal.
My years in journalism have convinced me that there are some people you could shout information at down an ear trumpet and they still wouldn't get it.
Helping Arliss realise his evil dream are a squad of faithful henchbabes and a second-string bad guy called Bloodbath McGrath, who has replaced an ear lost in battle with a small ear trumpet grafted onto the side of his head.
I can't think of anything he ought to wear, except perhaps an ear trumpet.
Ear trumpets (hearing aids) and a set of optician's testing glasses also featured in the Rogers Jones Co auction in Cardiff.
Instruments for examining the ear and eye, brass, copper and tin ear trumpets (hearing aids) and a set of optician's testing glasses also featured in the Rogers Jones Co auction in Cardiff.
In some of the concept drawings that were on view, megaphones either appear in various shapes, morphing into periscopes, ear trumpets, cones, and even architectural structures, or are posed with similar forms as if interacting with them.
Excuse the raised voice, but it's for the benefit of the colonels at the back clamping ear trumpets to their lugs.
The festival utilised many of the region's major venues and landmarks ranging from installations of giant light bulbs and a coal-powered computer at the Discovery Museum; hundreds of paper vanes and wooden wind turbines at Hatton Gallery; dozens of horns and ear trumpets at the Great North Museum; flying magnetic tape at BALTIC and an immersive sound installation in the Tyne Bridge.