deaden[ ded-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF deaden
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEADEN
Ought she not to hold it apart, and to shield it with her hand to deaden its brightness?
Even concussion of the brain had failed to deaden the memory of that awful night.
A little lamp black will serve to deaden the color of the paint.
It would cripple his energies, and deaden his desire for active employment.
Into a labyrinth now my soul would fly, But with thy beauty will I deaden it.
A caution when the vessel is luffed up to deaden her way, followed by "heave."
He was a masterful man and he refused to take drugs to deaden the pain.
In vain Brenton tried his best to deaden his senses to the lure of it; but it was of no use.
From the time they began their work, every pains had been taken to deaden sounds.
The stream, here and there falling in cataracts, does something to deaden them.