blinding[ blahyn-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF blinding
Synonyms for blinding
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLINDING
Night came on and with it a blinding snow storm and a raging wind.
In one blinding rush he sensed the strength and the faith of Allister.
Words can give no idea of the scorching, blinding heat this August afternoon.
As he did so, the air seemed to split in two, there was a blinding rending crash.
It was like a rapid, blinding flash of lightning in a leaden sky.
The light was as powerful as a searchlight, but not so blinding.
The wind was dead against him, blinding his eyes and choking him with snow.
He peered for a moment into the darkness through the blinding sleet.
Rotha had dropped her eyes, and the tears were now blinding them.
Ralph gazed through a blinding mist at the rafters overhead.