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Synonyms for blind

unaware of

Synonyms

  • 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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Being in that close to the ship, the flames from the fire would be blindingly bright in our night vision goggles, and it would be extremely hard to maintain a steady hover.
Indeed, it was odd to see an artist who has generally employed any material means necessary in his mordantly funny quest for the blindingly obvious--his oftrepeated message being, more or less, that we're all gonna die--turn to the most conventional medium of all.
At which point, in a sudden flash of the blindingly obvious, I realized that advertising was not for me.
Being in a state of sin often means being in a simultaneous state of blindness--being literally unable to see the living truths so blindingly obvious to those who, through regular reception of both the sacraments of Penance and the Holy Eucharist, try to remain in a state of grace.
The one that most Americans don't really know much about is file one in which the cute young Australian soap opera star appears on the European music scene in 1987 and goes straight to the top of England's pop charts with a cheery little song called "I Should Be So Lucky," perhaps the most blindingly happy song about romantic failure that decade would produce.
Back in 1962, a Reader's Digest article foretold a future where, by the year 2002, transport trucks would be museum pieces and the world traveled at blindingly fast speeds in, among other things, pneumatic-powered transports.
It was such a blindingly brilliant tip that I couldn't see well enough while writing it.
It worked," says Klitzner, "and people are astounded because it is so blindingly simple.
The C-320's a perfect choice to defeat the fiery lizardry It's built like a brick but it's blindingly quick thanks to German engineering wizardry.
It varies from the mathematically bewildering (to most architects, I suspect) to the blindingly obvious (the daylight and view aspects of a Venetian blind, for example).
Maybe in more talented hands the sight of 70-year-old Rip Torn's blindingly white backside would be funny, as would his character's repeated (everything in this movie is repeated) pleas for sodomy.
the two crazy kids land in Salt Lake City and get taxied out to vast, blindingly white flats that would put a damper on any kind of sex.
For [exists]TIHW, the six-part suite Ann Carlson offered during Christmastime, the performer and choreographer turned the black-box surround of Dance Theater Workshop into a blindingly bright white space (visual installation by Todd Gilens, lighting by Philip W.
The hard barren slab could get blindingly hot in the summer.