Definition of ear-shattering in English:

ear-shattering

Line breaks: ear-shatter¦ing

adjective

Extremely loud: the ear-shattering noise of military jets taking off
More example sentences
  • I wasn't listening to it through choice, mind - the girl on the bus in the seat in front had it on her walkman at ear-shattering volume.
  • The citizens who live along the routes are suffering ear-shattering noise and air toxic with fumes, not to mention shuddering homes as huge freight-laden trucks speed through residential streets.
  • I hope they also get tough on those who drive with car stereos on full volume and idiots who fit ear-shattering exhausts to their vehicles.

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