His eyesight was very peculiar; perhaps he was colour-blind.
We hold and rightly, that British justice, if not blind, should at least be colour-blind.
Still, this gives no information to the blind nor to the colour-blind.
It is hard to convince the colour-blind of their own infirmity.
The most colour-blind eyes in the world never confuse monochrome and polychrome.
Even the Yahoos were made to comprehend—when not colour-blind.
Fortunately, Madame Choucrou was both short-sighted and colour-blind.
Would not a man without sense of the Beautiful be "colour-blind" to many among the harmonies of Nature?
Gibbon is colour-blind to these shades of the religious spirit: he can only see the banter of Lucian.
Certain authorities on art are said to regard the great Montalbanais as a victim of daltonism—in other words, colour-blind!