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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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References in classic literature ?
When I paused for a moment at the door, and marked how fresh and free the whole scene was - what sparkling bubbles glanced upon the waves, and welled up every moment to the surface, as though the world below, like that above, were radiant with the bright day, and gushing over in its fulness of light: when I gazed from sail to sail away upon a ship at sea, a tiny speck of shining white, the only cloud upon the still, deep, distant blue - and, turning, saw a blind boy with his sightless face addressed that way, as though he too had some sense within him of the glorious distance: I felt a kind of sorrow that the place should be so very light, and a strange wish that for his sake it were darker.
The wisdom of encouraging a little harmless pride in personal appearance even among the blind, or the whimsical absurdity of considering charity and leather breeches inseparable companions, as we do, requires no comment.
Of what use would my alms be if I treated you so ill?" And as he spoke he tried to loosen the grasp of the blind beggar.
Then he continued his road, followed by the blessing of the blind man.
There is the same type of antithesis in both cases; for just as blindness is opposed to sight, so is being blind opposed to having sight.
For it is not necessary that a subject receptive of the qualities should always have either the one or the other; that which has not yet advanced to the state when sight is natural is not said either to be blind or to see.
'I'll beat this light about that hangdog face of yours (for hangdog it is, if it answers to your voice), and rouse the neighbourhood besides, if you detain me,' said the blind man.
When he was three weeks old, he had an illness which left him totally blind. As soon as he was old enough to sit up alone and toddle about, another affliction, the nervous motion of his body, became apparent.
The Blind Girl never knew that ceilings were discoloured, walls blotched and bare of plaster here and there, high crevices unstopped and widening every day, beams mouldering and tending downward.
Being blind he had now to depend on others to write out what poetry he made in his own mind, so it was written "in a parcel of ten, twenty, or thirty verses at a time by whatever hand came next." We are told that when he was dictating sometimes he sat leaning back sideways in an easy-chair, with his leg flung over the arm.
Insects, colour of, fitted for habitation; sea-side colours of; blind, in caves; luminous; neuter
"Come, now, march," interrupted he; and I never heard a voice so cruel, and cold, and ugly as that blind man's.
And, since the Somo code was a life for a life, and since Nalasu alone remained alive of his family, it was well known throughout the tribe that the Annos would never be content until they had taken the blind man's life.
"But, Prince, they say he is blind!" said he, reminding Prince Vasili of his own words.
All their movements were made with the precision which always amazes you so much at the Blind Asylum.