Its recurring phrase is now the deadening, argument-stifling “As a mom,” cited frequently by Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd.
Yes, many of those jobs are poorly paid and deadening, agreed and acknowledged.
Hired as a mechanic, he would soon find himself behind the wheel, yet “he found oval racing a deadening merry-go-round.”
She was calm, but a curious pulse was beating in her ears and deadening her sense of hearing.
His ambitions were already sullied by many unworthy and deadening ideas.
Conversation at its highest is the most delightful of intellectual stimulants; at its lowest the most deadening to intellect.
I remember now how deadening their look was, in their very lustre and moveless calm.
Repassage; is passing over the dead surfaces a second coat of deadening glue, which must be hotter than the first.
Deeper grew the deadening of his ears, and orientation was lost.
Holgraves sweeping protests are too drastic, but Phbes placid acquiescence is deadening.