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Synonyms for mute

Synonyms for mute

temporarily unable or unwilling to speak, as from shock or fear

lacking the power or faculty of speech

to decrease or dull the sound of

to make or become less severe or extreme

Synonyms for mute

a deaf person who is unable to speak

a device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument

deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping

expressed without speech

unable to speak because of hereditary deafness

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The building remained occupied the entire time we were under construction including the University Presidents Office,” said Muter.
Bob chose the work of six pupils - Damien Spence, Rebecca Muter, Charlton Sigsworth, Andrew Thompson, Katie Leigh Ward, and Brittany Walker, all aged 12 - to appear in his book which will be on sale locally.
Mary Muter, GBA's vice president of air and water environment, describes it as the drain in the bathtub slowly getting bigger.
882 was the Supreme Court decision in National Muter Dealers Association, 440 US 472 (1979).
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The VNC viewer is available for just about any platform, but you'll need to know how to get under the hood of your office muter and firewall to make it work.
premiere of Salon de Muter, which features three women from northern Mexico who tell their life stories as they share the recipes for their favorite foods.
The Acer liquid filler delivers the conventional benefits of piston dosing with the advantages of more costly flow muter filling.
Instead of annual price increases being limited to one per cent below inflation on key com- muter routes, the new formula will allow train firms to raise fares by one per cent above inflation.
Making a return to rallying after a long sabbatical will be Ellesmere Port-based Graham Muter in a Mk2 Ford Escort.
Grant Muter, the group's Welsh case worker, said conflicting views were expressed at a site meeting attended by various representatives of the local authority.
Muter notes legislation mandating such action has already passed or been proposed in Texas, Utah, Louisiana and Kentucky.
However, present technology is capable of more than just mimicking the technology of the book; new and improved ways of reading text with computers should be offered (Chiou, 1995; Muter, 1996).
Integrating Rail CrossingGuard's video detection capabilities with our GPS-based train locator and communications is a natural extension of both product offerings - with considerable safety benefits and tremendous market potential," said Gary Muter, GeoFocus' General Manager.