Fall on Deaf Ears



fall on deaf ears

Fig. [for talk or ideas] to be ignored by the persons they were intended for.
 Her pleas for mercy fell on deaf ears; the judge gave her the maximum sentence. All of Sally’s good advice fell on deaf ears. Walter had made up his own mind.
See also: deafearfall

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