He's as deaf as a post, but he has two eyes in his head.
"The Point Of Honor A Military Tale" by Joseph Conrad
About a year ago we had a young woman under our care who had suffered with deafness and other troubles for years.
"The Healthy Life, Vol. V, Nos. 24-28" by Various
To my round, questioning eyes my uncle remarked: 'He's completely deaf.
"Tales Of Hearsay" by Joseph Conrad
You needn't feel any embarrassment, for she's not only sound asleep but so deaf she couldn't hear you if she were awake.
"The Chief Legatee" by Anna Katharine Green
The Customs were so far from being in a conciliatory mood as to be absolutely deaf to entreaty, cajolery, argument, explanation or threat.
"Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons" by Henry Charles Mahoney
HOW SHALL THE MOTHER GET INTO COMMUNICATION WITH HER DEAF CHILD?
"What the Mother of a Deaf Child Ought to Know" by John Dutton Wright
To influence him by words was equivalent to reasoning with the deaf.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
But Mulgrum wrote out for me that he was born in Cherryfield, Maine, and obtained his education as a deaf mute in Hartford.
"On The Blockade" by Oliver Optic
He had heard nothing of Mr. Li's remarks, for Chang had been deaf since childhood.
"A Chinese Wonder Book" by Norman Hinsdale Pitman
Till then he had been deaf to their noise.
"Historical Mysteries" by Andrew Lang
"I hear the poets wailing,
But my ear is deaf to their moan,
They dimly guess at my meaning,
But their sorrow is all their own.
"The Secret Of Nature" by Alexander Anderson
The increase-stones are scattered;
the soil is raped and bare;
none sings in patriotic voice;
and our ears are stuffed and deaf.
"Nation Of The Blind" by Ian Mudie
"A tenderer light than moon or sun,
Than song of earth a sweeter hymn,
May shine and sound forever on,
And thou be deaf and dim.
"The Answer" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Alas, that we are deaf and blind
To meanings all about us hid!
What secrets lurk the woods amid?
What prophecies are on the wind?
"The Meaning" by Clark Ashton Smith
So from the heart-depths all too full of Her,
Deaf, slow, insensible, yet deathless e'er,
The stormy, distant murmur moans in me.
"The Shell" by Jose Maria de Heredia y Giraud
Oh plunge me deep in love—put out
My senses, leave me deaf and blind,
Swept by the tempest of your love,
A taper in a rushing wind.
"I Am Not Yours" by Sara Teasdale
THOSE looking for hints of racial tone-deafness on the second episode of "Girls," last Sunday on HBO, wouldn't have been let down.
Young-chan is deaf and blind.
Innovative news program for Austin's deaf community.
UK, deaf fan settle suit.
The Spartans defeated California School For the Deaf (Riverside) 62-48 in Division 6AA play.
Hopefully U Have The Right (Another Level Records), an invaluable gathering of fledgling voices, won't fall on deaf ears just because it's not vulgar, profanity-laden prose laced with pornographic imagery.
Mom went to a breeder, out of the litter I was the only one left, nobody wanted me because I'm deaf, Mom didn't care she fell in love wth me the minute she saw me DOTD 8-16-11.
Growth of viral video leaves deaf and hearing-impaired people out of loop.
Thieves exploit phone system for the deaf.
Con artists target phone system for deaf.
Altered touch perception in deaf people may reveal individual differences in brain plasticity.
Today's roundup of the pop-culture world finds Taylor Swift turning a deaf ear toward John Mayer, debate reviews for Bob Schieffer, a little Honey Boo Boo, many other things, and the mystery music video.
A deaf, quadriplegic California man who died from pneumonia left behind a touching and humorous farewell note for the family, friends and supporters who made up his devoted social media following.
David Rose was profoundly deaf and a quadriplegic but his charming good humor and ability to laugh at himself made him an inspiring Internet sensation.
Sestak turned a deaf ear to Emanuel/Clinton's siren call and Specter washed up on the rocks.