music to your ears

This page is about the idiom music to your ears.

Meaning: If something is music to your ears, it's just what you want to hear.

For example:

  • When Halle heard Jason say "I do" at their wedding, it was music to her ears.

  • After I'd done my final dive, the judges all said 9.9 or 10 and the crowd cheered. It was music to my ears!

Quick Quiz:

The accused man said it was music to his ears when the judge said

a. guilty

b. not guilty

c. life without parole

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Contributor: Matt Errey