get (one's) ears set out

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get (one's) ears set out

To have one's hair cut, especially to a length that reveals one's ears. Ah, I see you got your ears set out. It looks good! I'm thinking of getting my ears set out—my hair's just too long in this hot weather.
See also: ear, get, out, set

get one's ears set out

 and get one's ears lowered
Fig. to get one's ears made more visible by getting a haircut. Well, I see you got your ears set out!' Better get my ears lowered because I'm getting a little shaggy.
See also: ear, get, out, set