Nature, to whose cries he has for so long turned a stone-deaf ear.
He spoke, if not to stone-deaf ears, to fast-deafening ears.
Suppose all the accessories were away, could not one swear that the man was stone-deaf, beyond the reach of trumpet?
Poor Miss Wolfe had died some years before, and had been stone-deaf at that!
To the one, she played ravishing strains, having first taken the precaution to make him stone-deaf.
But the hunchback was not stone-deaf—at least when he cared to hear.
Here sat Entwistle senior, stone-deaf, almost blind, but with his eighty-year-old wits still bright and birdlike.
"I'd have him in Castle Rushen, the stone-deaf scoundrel," shouted Kinvig.
I noticed the stone-deaf man, the twisted oaf whose face I have described as being that of an ill-treated and feeble-minded faun.
As I was stone-deaf in the right ear I always slept on the left side.