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surdus adj.

with comp, deaf: si surdus sit, varietates vocum noscere possit?: quam mihi nunc surdo narret fabulam, how deaf I am to his talk, T.: Non canimus surdis, are not preaching to the wind, V.: vana surdis auribus canere, L.: narrare asello Fabellam surdo, H.—Wilfully deaf, not listening, heedless, inattentive, regardless, insensible, inexorable, averse, reluctant: orando surdas iam aurīs reddideras mihi, T.: ad id aures, L.: non surdus iudex: ad mea munera, O.: ad omnia solacia aures, L.: mens, O.: scopulis surdior, H.: Non saxa surdiora navitis, H.—Not understanding, dull, inappreciative: in horum sermone: undae, O.—Unheard, noiseless, silent, still, mute, dumb: bucina, Iu.: Non erit officii gratia surda tui, unsung, O.: quos diri conscia facti mens surdo verbere caedit, secret, Iu.

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