Papa need not imagine that I have a bad cold or am stone-blind from this description, which is the whole truth.
It only shows how easy it is to see a fault in another, to which we are stone-blind in ourselves.
Jena is full of them (not mine, Gott sei Dank, but other people's) and they are all stone-blind.
My own vision, by the way, is reasonably good, if I may say so; at any rate I am not stone-blind.
Am I stone-blind that I cannot be left in peace to read my paper, as I have done these forty years?
But if I don't he says I'll certainly be stone-blind in six months.
We found out later that the old mare was stone-blind and locoed.
One of these men, stone-blind, was begging in the streets of Toronto.
Once, in travelling near Oxford Lake, we came across a couple of Indians who were stone-blind from this disease.
But, alas, its color means nothing; poor Fanny is stone-blind!