snowblindness


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Synonyms for snowblindness

temporary blindness caused by exposure to sunlight reflected from snow or ice

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I thought I'd have a little snowblindness as my eyes were completely bloodshot at the finish, but nothing developed.
Snowblindness threatened as I gazed from the train at mile after mile of unbroken white.
During her climb, Ms Norris put herself at risk from the dangers of extreme altitude, frostbite, hypothermia and snowblindness, and required bottled oxygen.
Kennedy reported: "They were all suffering like ourselves from snowblindness, but did not in the least relax their exertions on this account" (Kennedy, 1853:139).
There the whiteness provides a neutral setting for a display of gorgeous objects from a variety of cultures, so at Russell's Hall the public art programme takes on an important function to help avert snowblindness and help to create a warm and welcoming environment.