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hearing-impaired

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Definition of hearing-impaired in English:

adjective

Partially or completely deaf.
Example sentences
  • They met each other almost four years ago at an interactive session for the hearing-impaired community in the city.
  • Harkins would have been able to escape had she not been hearing-impaired.
  • People still conversed with each other in dance halls, sign language was only used by the hearing impaired.

Words that rhyme with hearing-impaired

Baird, laird, shit-scared, undeclared, underprepared, unimpaired, unpaired, unprepared, unshared

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