To the outer ear, he was propounding the popular modern doctrine of 'Yoga by action.'
The form of the outer ear is adapted to the needs of the animal.
Some recommend wool mixture with modelling wax forced into the outer ear.
For a time his words fell unheeded upon Cameron's outer ear.
Shall we allow the guess as to the origin of the tip of the outer ear to revolutionize theology?
As is well known, a passage exists from the outer ear to the drum.
These claim such perceptivity of the outer ear and such fineness of the channels that the tune is but a clack when it gets inside.
The outer ear is made of a plate of skin and gristle and a slightly bent tube about one inch long.
Even the small amount of sound which does get through is impinged on to the sides of the outer ear passage.
The outer ear collects and reflects the waves inwardly to beat upon the tympanum, or ear drum, a membrane diaphragm.
outer ear out·er ear (ou'tər)
See external ear.
The part of the ear in many vertebrates that is external to the eardrum (tympanic membrane) and contains the canal leading to the eardrum as well as the ear lobe and other visible structures. In mammals, the outer ear, which is made mostly of cartilage, gathers and focuses incoming sound waves and transmits them to the eardrum. See more at ear1.