deaf

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Synonyms for deaf

Synonyms for deaf

people who have severe hearing impairments

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make or render deaf

Synonyms

lacking or deprived of the sense of hearing wholly or in part

Antonyms

(usually followed by 'to') unwilling or refusing to pay heed

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References in periodicals archive ?
If you think the Dutchman staying on would have changed the result, you're blinder than Wenger, (below) deafer than Van Persie, and dumber than Bendtner.
Sweeney has a gravelly voice and is a little deafer than the rest of us.
Grandson Tony Murphy said: "Despite getting frailer and deafer she's still as sharp as a pin.
Physically she never left but aurally she has been away as she had been getting gradually deafer until she heard buzzing in her ears and felt dizzy.
But we, of course, are deafer than my dog, blocking out all but the tiniest fraction of the world.