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Synonyms for blind

unaware of

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  • unaware of
  • unconscious of
  • deaf to
  • ignorant of
  • indifferent to
  • insensitive to
  • oblivious of
  • unconcerned about
  • inconsiderate of
  • neglectful of
  • heedless of
  • insensible of
  • unmindful of
  • disregardful of

dead-end

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stop someone seeing

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  • stop someone seeing
  • block someone's vision
  • obscure someone's vision

make blind

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  • make blind
  • deprive of sight
  • deprive of vision
  • render sightless

Synonyms for blind

without the sense of sight

unwilling or unable to perceive

screened from the view of oncoming drivers

to confuse with bright light

Synonyms for blind

people who have severe visual impairments, considered as a group

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a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters)

a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight

something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity

render unable to see

make blind by putting the eyes out

make dim by comparison or conceal

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unable to see

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unable or unwilling to perceive or understand

not based on reason or evidence

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References in periodicals archive ?
Once you have done your double blind study, or any other study, you must interpret the data.
Instead of using a retrospective (historical controls) study, they used a prospective, randomized, double blind study.
The test was a blind study on mice with H2N1 (common influenza) performed at a prestigious institute.
In a randomised multi-centre double blind study, 249 female patients between 18-80 were treated to assess the safety and efficacy of Permacol(R) injection versus Contigen(R), a commonly used bovine-sourced bulking agent, as a UBA.
The trial will be conducted under the traditional scientific rules of a double blind study, and is intended to verify the successful results experienced in earlier anecdotal studies.