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It Fell On Deaf Ears ( they did not listen to what was said, so they did not hear it ... )

"It Fell On Deaf Ears"

It fell on deaf ears means it was told to people who did not listen.

Example: "I told them the truth about what happened, but it fell on deaf ears."

Example: "When Bob told his manager about the problem, it fell on deaf ears."

Example: "Why tell Jean about it? It will only fall on deaf ears."

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