Definition of Deadens

1. Verb. (third-person singular of deaden) ¹



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Definition of Deadens

1. deaden [v] - See also: deaden

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deadens

deadbolted
deadbolting
deadbolts
deadborn
deade
deaded
deaden
deadend
deadends
deadened
deadener
deadeners
deadening
deadeningly
deadenings
deadens (current term)
deadenylase
deadenylases
deadenylate
deadenylated
deadenylates
deadenylating
deadenylation
deadenylations
deadenylylation
deader
deaders
deadest
deadeye
deadeyes

Literary usage of Deadens

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1. Introduction to Economics by John Roscoe Turner (1919)
"Monopoly deadens initiative. 22. Summary and conclusion. 33. Conclusion of chapter. 24. Exercises. The student must be on his guard against confusing large ..."

2. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"... we may deaden our perception of their flavor; nay, we may even do more than can ever be done in the case of sight, we , torn. It deadens e°r ..."

3. Christ Among the Cattle: A Sermon Preached in the First Congregational by Frederic Rowland Marvin (1906)
"If hospital service makes young students less tender of suffering, vivisection deadens their humanity, and begets indifference to it. ..."

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