hearing-impaired

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hearing-impaired

[heer-ing-im-paird]
adjective
1.
having reduced or deficient hearing ability; hard-of-hearing: special programs for hearing-impaired persons.
noun
2.
(used with a plural verb) hearing-impaired persons collectively (usually preceded by the ).

See dumb.
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hearing-impaired adj.

  1. Having a diminished or defective sense of hearing, but not deaf; hard of hearing.

  2. Completely incapable of hearing; deaf.

n.
Persons who are deficient in hearing or are deaf.
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Example sentences
Technological changes are shaking up the teaching of the hearing-impaired.
For hearing-impaired guests, there is signage with instructions and
  explanations of exhibits.
Rooms with wheelchair access and phones for the hearing-impaired can be
  requested.
Some one-bedroom suites are equipped for wheelchair use and others for the
  hearing-impaired.
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