Synonyms of ear in English:

ear


See definition of ear

noun

1‘Helen had an infection of the ear’

SYNONYMS
organ of hearing
Scottish, Northern English informal lug
informal earhole
British informal lughole, shell-like

2‘he had the ear of President Roosevelt’

SYNONYMS
attention, attentiveness, notice, heed, regard, consideration

3‘he has an ear for a good song’

SYNONYMS
appreciation, discrimination, perception, musical taste

Phrases

    all ears

    ‘if you have a suggestion I'm all ears’


    SYNONYMS
    alert, vigilant, wide awake, aware, watchful, attentive, observant, circumspect, wary, chary, heedful, canny
    on one's guard, on one's toes, on the qui vive
    play it by ear

    ‘he had no special game plan and said he would play it by ear’


    SYNONYMS
    improvise, extemporize, ad lib
    make it up as one goes along, take it as it comes, think on one's feet
    ad libitum
    informal busk it, wing it


    SYNONYMS
    improvise, extemporize, rise to the occasion, ad lib
    take it as it comes
    ad libitum
    informal busk it, wing it