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noun as in dumbness

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That means, if you don’t have captions on your video, it’ll be skipped by anyone watching with the mute button on, which could be a sizable chunk of your target audience.

“Mute me like you’ve muted the city of Detroit, go ahead and push the button,” he said.

If you want it to, the watch can display your phone’s notifications to its screen, but it’s easy to mute that by pushing and holding the top right button.

Magashule, the man who usually communicates such decisions, was muted, quite literally, during the Zoom-hosted press conference in which Ramaphosa reported multiple changes to the party’s policy on corruption.

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The quality is often grainy, the audio is on mute, and the streams are, frankly, quite boring to watch.

Around them on every side crept the mist in whose silver muteness they landed to gather white mushrooms.

Henrietta could have bitten her tongue for laying her open to the censure implied in his muteness.

She turned abruptly away, and stood at a distance in gloomy muteness.

For a day or two he persevered in his muteness, uttering a word only when it could not be avoided.

But her muteness passed unnoticed, because for once in her life Miss Sabrina was voluble, her words tumbled over one another.


On this page you'll find 181 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to muteness, such as: soundlessness, speechlessness, voicelessness, and wordlessness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.