Definition of Deafish

1. somewhat deaf [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deafish

deafeningly
deafenings
deafens
deafer
deafest
deafferent
deafferentation
deafferentation pain
deafferentations
deafferented
deafferenting
deafferents
deaffrication
deafie
deafies
deafish (current term)
deafly
deafmute
deafmutes
deafmutism
deafmutisms
deafness
deafnesses
deagglomerate
deagglomerated
deagglomerates
deagglomerating
deagglomeration
deagglomerations
deair

Literary usage of Deafish

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1. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"1882) : ' Gait looks old, is deafish, has the air of a sedate Greenock burgher ; mouth indicating sly humour and Self-satisfaction ; the eyes, ..."

2. Publicationsby Oxford Historical Society by Oxford Historical Society (1900)
"441. dates, ii. 54. daub, to, iii. 408? daughter-in-law = stepdaughter, i. 337: probably also ii. 558. dead place, a, ii. 93. deafish, ii. 476. dearth, i. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1877)
"There is a pretty account of her first publication, which, by way of bringing the reader once more into charity with the sulky, deafish, ugly girl, ..."

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