blind

Part of speech: noun

Blindness.

Part of speech: verb

To make blind; screen; hide; eclipse.

Part of speech: adjective

Destitute of sight; ignorant; inconsiderate; acting at random; illegible; unintelligible; hidden; obscure.

Part of speech: noun

Something that obscures or shades; a shutter; a subterfuge; ruse.

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Usage examples "blind":

  1. Black Jack as sure as if he was a picture out of a book, and me a blind fool that didn't know him. - "Black Jack", Max Brand.
  2. " One must be blind not to see that," says I. " Of course; well, cousin, we will give a day to these things before we go home; but now, hurry forward, or we shall be too late to see the House open." - "Phemie Frost's Experiences", Ann S. Stephens.
  3. He was not so blind as many might suppose. - "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.