Definition of ear-splitting in English:

ear-splitting

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adjective

Extremely loud: an ear-splitting crack of thunder
More example sentences
  • The other boys piled in and they drove off, playing their loud, ear-splitting music and leaving trails of smoke behind.
  • Suddenly, a loud, ear-splitting song came on causing the two friends to groan.
  • Coran walked into the gym and immediately heard the ear-splitting volume of the loud, fast music.

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