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Synonyms for deafening

ear-splitting

Synonyms for deafening

marked by extremely high volume and intensity of sound

Synonyms for deafening

loud enough to cause (temporary) hearing loss

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Leeds' largest live music venue was rammed full of veteran gig-goers, who much like at the football ground, took a bit of warming up, but then became deafeningly loud.
Even Al-Qaeda must be dismayed that it is affiliated with the group - it has been deafeningly silent about Al-Shabaab's handling of the famine.
But the President has been deafeningly silent on contamination generated by Petroecuador and other corporations in the region.
I TOTALLY agree with Martin Phillips (Letters, June 30) about Deafeningly bad sports at Wimbledon.
FURIOUS tennis fans voiced their anger at Queen of screams Maria Sharapova after she deafeningly grunted her way to victory over Britain's Laura Robson.
The pulpit-forum provides the opportunity to inform but it remains deafeningly silent.
Imbaba is also overcrowded with microbuses and tok-toks, which blow their horns deafeningly for no reason.
The Arab regimes were deafeningly silent, undoubtedly with visions of their own eventual downfall tying their tongues.
In three 1996 cases, Israel's High Court legitimized use of violent shaking, hooding, playing deafeningly loud music, sleep deprivations, and lengthy detainments to continue these abuses.
We would all bomb round the rink as cheesy tunes blasted from the deafeningly loud sound system, that would never pass health and safety tests today
With each new study, the alarm bells become deafeningly clear that climate change will have devastating consequences for our economy and way of life," said David Reed, senior vice president of policy at WWF.
The G-20 summit was deafeningly silent about a fiscal stimulus and a coordinated fiscal stimulus, i.
A SOUND like a batgloved fist smacking into a cupped palm is what this film delivers: only deafeningly amplified and clarified with crisp, digital precision.
The very repetition of the images of trains throughout the film, and the sound of its whistle as it speeds past Young-ho--one rushes behind him after his visit to the hospital where Sun-im lies seriously injured, another deafeningly passes by as he captures and violently beats up a political dissident, and a third takes Sun-im away from him after making an impromptu visit--these are the images and sounds of his fatal destiny, pressing forward inevitably and inexorably (Fig.
Yet, the Court has remained deafeningly silent on many of the major Fourth Amendment controversies of the day.