stone-deaf

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Synonyms for stone-deaf

totally deaf

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She was stone deaf and used to go to bed quite early in those days.
T "He was called up but was discharged because he was stone deaf.
The other big thing to happen was when I found I was stone deaf in my left ear.
To begin with, these people who style themselves as 'TV anchors', think that everyone else besides them is stone deaf.
Finally, of course, Beethoven was stone deaf by the time the symphony got its premiere.
Next time I fly I'd like to tote with me my own howling carry-on baggage whose in-flight screams, combined with those of the other caterwauling bundle of joy that's bound to be on board, will finally put paid to my long-tortured eardrums and render me totally stone deaf.
Legend has it the saint managed to resist the cries of the demons that stalked the mountain in the 7th century AD - he was in fact stone deaf.
Mrs Russell may like living next to static pylons but, unless she is stone deaf and blind, I doubt she would enjoy living with the noise and flicker effects of giant wind turbines.
We will assume that despite being almost stone deaf, Lt.
Stone deaf to body language, he doesn't even let up on the caveman approach after Miranda tumbles for his brutish line.
This thoroughly entertaining, passionate guy, with his three stone deaf daughters and his refusal to let life get him down, deserves a spell in the limelight.
It's just as well that George Stephenson's statue was stone deaf.
For the caring couple, it didn't matter about Tibby being 14 years old, stone deaf and with renal problems that require a daily tablet.
Marx was probably stone deaf and William Morris was blind.