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Because of her severe hearing loss, he suggested she undergo an evaluation for an implantable hearing aid.

Using a hearing aid is the primary option for regaining hearing.

After she went into state care, she got a hearing aid, bought a used Prius and rented her own one-bedroom apartment across the border in Georgia, with assistance from the department.

“If you were to rip your mask off or take it off haphazardly, then it will cause the hearing aid to fly out,” Meyer said.

Brooks: I say, if I may quote a comedy writer named Joe Schrank, I can hardly believe my hearing aid.

Born in Montreal in 1918, Harman moved with his family to New York when his father got a job at a hearing-aid company.

Only after the librarian had rummaged a hearing aid out of his clothes, did Jason realize he was deaf as well.

Switching on his hearing aid, the Pyrran stood quietly, crippled and bent, waiting for Jason to talk.

The hearing aid symbolized what Hurd had been told about it, as opposed to the reality which he saw with his own eyes.

The Old Man raised his hand to adjust the ancient style hearing aid he affected as Ben sank into a chair.

Two of the sets were pocket size, and used hearing-aid-type earphones.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hearing aid, such as: ear trumpet, electronic hearing aid, hard-of-hearing aid, listening device, transistor hearing aid, and vacuum-tube hearing aid.

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