He dinned his words into her ears; she ran off to the property room.
This was dinned into his ears so often that he finally came to believe it.
Day after day, Margherita had dinned the name of Caponsacchi into the wife's ears.
That question was dinned into his ears and into his consciousness by his brain and his heart.
As he grew older, she had dinned that big truth into his small mind.
But we have it dinned into our ears that kind hearts are more than coronets.
Most of all he felt the charge of inconsistency that was dinned into his ears.
Street songs about her were dinned into the ears of Adam Lux.
Is it not dinned into our ears that we are rich, and that the best is not too good for us?
They dinned it into my ears that if a white man marries a Eurasian he's done for.