either of a pair of often adjustable coverings for protecting the ears in cold weather.
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How to use earmuff in a sentence
Now, researchers have come up with a system that uses earmuffs to capture and sniff out that last group of gases.Headphones or earmuffs could replace needles in some disease testing | Sid Perkins | August 27, 2021 | Science News For Students
To collect the gases, they selected earmuffs that make a tight seal with the head.Headphones or earmuffs could replace needles in some disease testing | Sid Perkins | August 27, 2021 | Science News For Students
In fact, noise-cancelling earmuffs are highly recommended for toddlers and babies to protect their eardrums in loud environments.
A pair of protective earmuffs that also allow you to play soothing music.
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And I've fixed her hair lovely—in a big curly earmuff, so it will never show at all.Ptomaine Street | Carolyn Wells
British Dictionary definitions for earmuff
one of a pair of pads of fur or cloth, joined by a headband, for keeping the ears warm
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