- having dog-ears
- shabby or worn
- (transitive) to fold down the corner of (a page)
- (computing) to bookmark (a website)
- a folded-down corner of a page
- (computing) a bookmark
Example Sentences Including 'dog-eared'
"Her eyes strayed to Darren's dog-eared stack of questionnaires lying on the bookshelf.
An Older Woman
Decades on, far from steamy Sri Lanka, the once-optimistic Prins Ducal flies in to a dog-eared Britain to bury his mother.
He rummaged in a drawer and pulled out a couple of dog-eared tickets.
A Nasty Dose of Death
I ran screaming downstairs and pulled the pile of dog-eared travel brochures out of the recycle bin.
Globe and Mail (2003)
It beats rereading that dog-eared copy of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Now he began to search through its dog-eared pages, scanning the text.
The Meditation on the Church was very dear to Msgr Montini,' says Giacomo Martina SJ, `and his copy eventually became dog-eared.
Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
The rebukes and charges both groups fling at each other are as dog-eared as they are venomous.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
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