unhearing

ADJECTIVE
  1. totally deaf; unable to hear anything
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How To Use unhearing In A Sentence

  • Call me a pedantic, stubborn, value for money freak, but don't call me unhearing.
  • The youth swore he would take care of his friend, but the Tall Soldier continued to plead with him unhearing.
  • To my unhearing ears their blurred voices were as misty as the smoke.
  • For all their - almost - excess of expression, the lines are cadenced and paid out in a sort of listening rhythm, a very personal, measured gather and tumble of polysyllables, after the unhearing jack-hammer blast of the early poems.
  • Over all those years she kept insisting - largely to an unhearing school administration - that the children who were sent to her didn't have reading problems.
  • The old man's overcoat stirs in the dark, as though about to cup a hand once more to an unhearing ear, to wink an amiable eye and disappear serenely.
  • I stood in the doorway, unseeing, unhearing, unbelieving.
  • The man rose, unhearing, and fixed us with dark, bright eyes.
  • My voice gains strength as I lean in and whisper threatening words in his unhearing ear.
  • The cries of India are given to seas and winds, to be blown about, in every breaking up of the monsoon, over a remote and unhearing ocean.
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