The holy possession lasted but a minute or so, and left her dumb.
He resolved to pretend to be dumb, and he charged Terence not to betray him.
First the blind, then the deaf and the dumb, then the halt and the lame—and so on.
Dumb with fright, the boys stood and looked at the destruction.
Now they knew all the awful truth, and stared at each other like dumb men.
She might have been stone deaf, and as dumb as the hearthstone bricks.
I don't care whether you're deef or dumb, or whether you're nummer'n a beetle!
I never saw any thing like this before, and it makes me dumb.
And the upshot of that dumb battle is inequality—and beauty.
Down went the Dumb man, and away flew his cudgel from his hand as he fell.