Words and Phrases
deavin

“deavin”

Meaning:

deafening

In Literature:

Excerpt from The Lammas Fair (Belfast) by Robert Huddleston

In Smithfield as I toddled through,
the dread uproar was deavin’;
wi’ tinsel’d frock an’ painted brow,
the pappit show seemed lievin


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