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Definition of "blindness" []

  • The condition of being blind; unable to see. (noun)
  • Want of intellectual or moral discernment; mental darkness; ignorance, heedlessness. (noun)
  • Concealment (noun)

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Use "blindness" in a sentence
  • "Yes, still thinking the blindness is an act - but DAMN, his eyes were GREEN tonight."
  • "His allusion to what he called her blindness terrified her."
  • "Ishmael took himself severely to task for what he called the blindness, the weakness, and the folly with which he had permitted himself to fall into a hopeless, mad, and nearly fatal passion for one placed so high above him that indeed he might as well have loved some "bright particular star," and hoped to win it."