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adjective as in uncontrolled

adjective as in hidden or covered

noun as in screen, covering


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Example Sentences

So, it’s definitely like the blind person figuring out where the stove is in the room.

Digging further into the data reveals only larger blind spots.

From Fortune

I was so blinded by how beautiful they were, how great bedtime was.

From Ozy

When Walter became blind and hard of hearing, Margaret helped him in the voting booth.

Carefully crafted engagement cannot come from buying generic, context-blind ad exposures to consumers that simply “check the box” for a given sociodemographic or online behavior.

From Digiday

The numbers reinforce another article in the Post, in which cops confessed to “turning a blind eye” to minor crimes.

And in this era of impact-blind, across-the-board budget cuts, we see an opportunity.

What designer West lacks in productivity, he more than makes up for in pure, unadulterated confidence and blind anger.

Sandra Bullock won for ‘The Blind Side’ and Al Pacino lost for both Godfather movies.

Strandf could photograph anything from a blind woman to a picket fence and make the image indelible.

On May 13 Polavieja arrived in Barcelona physically broken, half blind, and with evident traces of a disordered liver.

The blind Samson of labor will seize upon the pillars of society and bring them down in a common destruction.

I do not wholly like these cold and stately English, yet I think I am not blind to their many sterling qualities.

And in that day the deaf shall hear the words of the book, and out of darkness and obscurity the eyes of the blind shall see.

It is a blind act of unconscious absorption, however little be absorbed.

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On this page you'll find 158 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blind, such as: dark, groping, unsighted, amaurotic, blind as a bat, and destitute of vision.

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