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Meanings and phrases
- unable to see; --Kenneth Jernigan; unsighted
- unable or unwilling to perceive or understand
- not based on reason or evidence; unreasoning
- people who have severe visual impairments, considered as a group
- a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters)
- a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight; screen
- something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity; subterfuge
- render unable to see
- make blind by putting the eyes out
- make dim by comparison or conceal; dim
- a window blind made of horizontal strips that overlap when closed
- a street with only one way in or out; cul de sac; dead-end street; impasse
- (figurative) a course of action that is unproductive and offers no hope of improvement
- a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are driving; blind curve
- a street corner that you cannot see around as you are driving
- a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are driving; blind bend
- a participant in a blind date (someone you meet for the first time when you have a date with them)
- a date with a stranger
- Meanwhile, Kate is on a blind date that is not going well.
- They met for the first time on a blind date in the late 1990s.
- The blind date is a success and the pair head to an afterparty.
- very drunk; besotted; blotto; crocked; cockeyed; fuddled; loaded; pie-eyed; pissed; pixilated; plastered; slopped; sloshed; smashed; soaked; soused; sozzled; squiffy; stiff; tight; wet
- aquatic eel-shaped salamander having two pairs of very small feet; of still muddy waters in the southern United States; amphiuma; congo snake; congo eel
- using only instruments for flying an aircraft because you cannot see through clouds or mists etc.; blind landing
- similar to Gentiana andrewsii but with larger flowers; closed gentian; Gentiana clausa
- gentian of eastern North America having tubular blue or white flowers that open little if at all; closed gentian; bottle gentian; Gentiana andrewsii
- the cavity in which the large intestine begins and into which the ileum opens; cecum; caecum
- using only instruments for flying an aircraft because you cannot see through clouds or mists etc.; blind flying
- a person with a severe visual impairment
- the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed
- wormlike burrowing snake of warm regions having vestigial eyes; worm snake
- The Common blind snake ("Indotyphlops braminus") measures long, occasionally up to long.
- A viable population of a type of blind snake from the family Typhlopidae may be present, probably the brahminy blind snake ("Ramphotyphlops braminus").
- a subject about which you are ignorant or prejudiced and fail to exercise good judgment
- the point where the optic nerve enters the retina; not sensitive to light; optic disc; optic disk
- They are cheap to produce but cause scotoma, a ringed blind spot.
- However, the augmented radar sensor suite would be able to detect obstacles in the LiDAR blind spot.
- One apprentice wrote: "He is devoid of consideration and has a blind spot regarding others' qualities.
- a disease of the central nervous system affecting especially horses and cattle; characterized by an unsteady swaying gait and frequent falling; staggers
- stitching that is not easily seen or noticed
- a trust that enables a person to avoid possible conflict of interest by transferring assets to a fiduciary; the person establishing the trust gives up the right to information about the assets
- a test procedure in which the identity of those receiving the intervention is concealed from both the administrators and the subjects until after the test is completed; designed to reduce or eliminate bias in the results
- fly an airplane solely by relying on instruments
- a window shade that rolls up out of the way
- burrows among roots of shrubs and beneath rocks in desert and rocky hillside areas and beach sand of western United States; Leptotyphlops humilis
- a blind for privacy or to keep out light
- Law enforcement turns a blind eye to these activities.
- there was no loophole just a "blind eye").
- Baseball has been taken to task for turning a blind eye to its drug problems.
- The blind man actually wants to sell a dream rather than buy one.
- There, he befriended Henry Moyes, a young blind man who showed precocious aptitude.
- As a boy he earned money from reading the reports of Parliament to a local blind man.
- A recent survey reveals that only 15% of blind people use braille.
- Many blind people find this number machine a very useful tool throughout life.
- This gave him a platform to train other blind people to work within radio stations.
- The blind auditions have also been extended from five to six episodes.
- In the blind auditions she sang ""When I Was Your Man"" (Bruno Mars' song).
- Filming for the blind auditions stage of the competition began on 21 August 2012.
- The third blind audition episode was broadcast on .
- The sixth blind audition episode was broadcast on .
- The first blind audition episode was broadcast on .
- Has an initially good mother who became blind.
- He developed an illness in his eyes and soon became blind.
- At a young age he became blind in his right eye after an infection.
- MacArthur replies because no American lives were lost because of it, he will turn a blind eye.
- "A lot of people in Hong Kong tend to indulge themselves in mahjong playing and turn a blind eye to social problems.
- And, because of the profit, I think there are many people with an interest involved, so they try to turn a blind eye to this problem.
- Regulators turned a blind eye to a lack of transparency and to conflicts of interest."
- She believed some members of the family knew about his abuse but had turned a blind eye to it.
- Charles turned a blind eye to the debacle, instead preoccupying himself with the plight of the French Huguenots of La Rochelle.
- She is legally blind and discovered the body.
- He became legally blind in 1989, at age 80.
- In 1960, 50% of legally blind, school-age children were able to read braille in the U.S.
- Around this time he became effectively completely blind.
- Hopkins' mother was left completely blind as a result of this attack.
- He is now completely blind in his left eye and has severely limited vision in his right eye.