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Definition of "colour-blind" [colour-blind]

  • Of a person or animal, unable to distinguish between two or more primary colours (usually red and green). (adjective)
  • Of a person who hold no prejudice based on skin colour, or of a process which precludes racial prejudice. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "colour-blind" in a sentence
  • "Director Damian Cruden's decision to have the only non-white actor out of 18 on stage play the lead role comes across less as colour-blind casting and more like a statement of something - but what?"
  • "They say the laws are colour-blind and aimed at making sure everyone obeys the same rules and does not cheat the system."
  • "They became a huge hit in the mid-2000s, making $1bn in annual revenue at the height of their popularity, spawning real life clothes ranges and even a movie in which four actors struggled like "colour-blind drag queens" to "replicate their plastic precursors' range of expression," according to the Guardian review."