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deafen

de fuhn

  • v  be unbearably loud
    a deafening noise
  • v  make or render deaf
    a deafening noise
  • v  make soundproof
    deafen a room

  • The gendarmes countered with concussion grenades, which temporarily deafen and blind, allowing them to burst into the cockpit and shoot down the terrorists.
  • Only after the funeral oration, when the coffin was placed in the hearse, did the sound that Miles lived and died by suddenly deafen the bystanders as the cortege gunned its way to .
  • The spectator scarcely has time to realize, as the images deafen and the noises decorate his imagination, that he is experiencing effects of cinema seldom matched in their headlong .
News & Articles

  • Does UCLA's home edge top Oregon's?
    We must defend this house! The first thing a good team does is create a home-field advantage. No team wants a visitor to feel comfortable. And fans take pride in creating atmosopheres that intimidate or at least deafen. So which Pac-12 team is decidedly better at home than on the road? Here's our list based on the past three years comparing overall record to home-field record, the final number ...
    July 3, 2013 - ESPN Blogs

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