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color blindness

noun as in inability to distinguish one or more colors

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When he signed on, the game prompted Claypool to choose between a modified version—designed for those with color blindness, ADHD, or dyslexia—and an unmodified version.

People with color blindness and hearing disabilities can use the company’s software without special accommodations, he says, but employers should not use such requests to screen out candidates.

It asks players to select if they want to play a version that’s modified for color blindness, ADHD or dyslexia… or if they’d rather play a non-modified version.

In comparing notes with my Philosopher I am chagrined at my own color-blindness.

From the Stoelting Company you can obtain the Holmgren worsteds for studying color blindness.

Another visual defect of a different nature is known as partial color blindness.

In some employments color blindness in an employee would be fatal to many lives.

These contrasted cases are indeed convenient tests for color-blindness.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to color blindness, such as: achromatic vision, achromatopsia, color vision deficiency, daltonism, and dichromatic vision.

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