By agreement of all but the purblind and the paradoxer, Shakespeare.
When she had gone, Mrs. Purblind and I breathed more freely.
Mrs. Purblind insists I did not do that, exactly, but that I got rid of her.
“Well, this life is too much for me,” murmured Mrs. Purblind drearily.
Where Peel was strong and penetrating, Palmerston was weak and purblind.
There was something timid and purblind in the view they had of the world.
Precisely, or else for a purblind person, as the case may be.
He gazes at her face with the eager intentness of the purblind.
In these times a man may as well be purblind, as unable to read--lame, as unable to write.
Unhappy and purblind, I could not for the life of me see the matter in this light.