Earsh example sentences

Earsh

[ərTH]

NOUN

VERB

Synonyms

world, globe, planet, sphere, orb, land, ground, floor, soil, topsoil,

"Earsh" Example Sentences

1. earsh (countable and uncountable, plural earshes) 8. Earshot definition is - the range within which one may hear a person's unaided voice. How to use earshot in a sentence. 9. Definition of earsh in the D dictionary. Meaning of earsh. What does earsh mean? Information and translations of earsh in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions
2. 59+4 sentence examples: 1. It is within earshot of a main road. 2. Everyone within earshot soon knew her opinion of Reggie. 3. Keep the children out of earshot if possible. 4. There was no one with earshot. 5. Mark was out of earshot, walking ahead o
3. 59+4 sentence examples: 1. As soon as the guards were out of earshot, Grimes explained his plans. 2. They did not draw too close, but hovered within earshot of all that was said. 3. De Gaulle meant, as you would realise, that he wanted to take her ou

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