Deafening silence A silence or lack of response that reveals something significant, such as disapproval or a lack of enthusiasm.(idiom)
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Use "deafening" in a sentence
"He also has criticized what he calls a deafening silence from the community, police and the national media."
"Acoustic systems have been implicated in deafening sea life."
"` ` Save Our Sonics, '' they replied in deafening unison."