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stone deaf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstone deafˌstone ˈdeaf adjective 🔊 🔊 MHHEARcompletely unable to hear
Examples from the Corpus
stone deafIt was almost impossible to tell them apart, except that Arthur was stone deaf.The following morning she was struck with a heavy fever and by the end of the day she was stone deaf.That was another of Eunice Snell's theories, that he was a bit weak in the head and probably stone deaf too.
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