Slang definition of EAR'OLE

EAR'OLE means: Ear'ole is British slang for a dull, gormless person.Ear'ole is British slang for to detain someone in conversation.Ear'ole is British slang for to scrounge.Ear'ole is British slang for to nag or talk incessantly.Ear'ole is British slang for to listen or eavesdrop.

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EAR'OLE means: Ear'ole is British slang for a dull, gormless person.Ear'ole is British slang for to detain someone in conversation.Ear'ole is British slang for to scrounge.Ear'ole is British slang for to nag or talk incessantly.Ear'ole is British slang for to listen or eavesdrop.

Slang meaning of EAR'OLE

EAR'OLE means: Ear'ole is British slang for a dull, gormless person.Ear'ole is British slang for to detain someone in conversation.Ear'ole is British slang for to scrounge.Ear'ole is British slang for to nag or talk incessantly.Ear'ole is British slang for to listen or eavesdrop.

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