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Definition of "color-blindness" []

  • Alternative form of colour-blindness. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "color-blindness" in a sentence
  • "There seems to be a very interesting possibility that more cone types actually exist, because most genetic color-blindness is based on a mutation of the X chromosome's color receptor genes."
  • "Having an MLK day is important, especially since 42 years after his death, we still get chuckleheads like yourself who backhandedly denigrate the man in the name of “color-blindness”."
  • "Indeed, as we had warned, single-sex school programs in urban settings laid the groundwork for a full-scale retreat from color-blindness, too, inasmuch as there exists stubborn societal prejudices and stereotypes that black boys are oversexed and boys and girls in the same classrooms are ergo distractions to each gender's learning."