gravel-blind

[ grav-uh l-blahynd ]
/ ˈgræv əlˌblaɪnd /

adjective Literary.

more blind or dim-sighted than sand-blind and less than stone-blind.

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Origin of gravel-blind

First recorded in 1590–1600
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British Dictionary definitions for gravel-blind

gravel-blind

adjective

literary almost entirely blind

Word Origin for gravel-blind

C16: from gravel + blind, formed on the model of sand-blind
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