blind[ blahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF blind
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLIND
If he made me blind, may he not easily have bewildered her, and have been himself bewildered?
She was blind and paralyzed, and on the extreme verge of eternity.
"It wouldn't do, sir, for the blind to be anxious," she replied.
A regret for the mistakes of yesterday must not, however, blind us to the tasks of today.
Other ways have been sought, and have been found no more than blind alleys.
"I forgive thee from my heart, dear brother," piped the blind man.
I believe it is often the best wisdom to be blind and let God be our eyes as well as our shield.
A blind man might have followed the trail of the retreating army.
So the man done it, and sure enough he was as blind as a bat in a minute.
This time it was the blind of the square window of the ground floor.