blindness

[ blahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF blindness

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I read of it before I lost my eyes; and since my blindness I have seen it often.

He measured your blindness and weakness by the standard of His own knowledge and almightiness.

When his vanity was injured, his blindness was almost inconceivable.

"I must tell you that my blindness is not going to help you in the way you believe," he said.

Nor, in the blindness of his frenzy, had he seen when she had gone nor whither she went.

In her blindness she had called it friendship,—but now she knew its real, royal name.

Nor does his attempt fail from any overweening or blindness, in himself.

Fortune has often been blamed for her blindness; but fortune is not so blind as men are.

But the blindness that I needed was not blindness to my little sacrifices, but blindness to my little faults.

Then it seemed that he must have comprehended Rawson's blindness.

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