Examples of deafening in a Sentence
the deafening roar of the planes
a boom box blasting deafening music
Recent Examples of deafening from the Web
A deafening rumble came up from behind and the crowd parted like the Red Sea.
Unfortunately, Anbang pulled out in the wake of deafening cries of conflicts of interest, and with them, went H.B.J.
If the bill does pass the Senate and some form of it ultimately ends up on the Resolute Desk, the calls for Trump to veto the bill will be deafening.
Not hearing the announcement coming from a deafening sound system is near-comical.
Nevertheless, if new quarterback Jarrett Stidham struggles and Auburn loses to both Georgia and Auburn for a fourth straight year in 2017, the drumbeat to oust Malzahn could reach deafening levels. Simmering 11.
And regardless of the exact sequence of events leading up to his NATO address, Trump’s silence on Article 5 was deafening.
Grande's manager, Scooter Braun, announced her arrival to deafening cheers.
Game 2 in the series is Sunday night back at Oracle Arena with its deafening sellout crowd.
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First Known Use of deafening
DEAFENING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of deafening for English Language Learners
: extremely loud
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