1. temporarily unable to see or having impaired vision because of the intense reflection of sunlight from snow

Derived forms of snow-blind

  • snow blindness, noun

Words Nearby snow-blind

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How to use snow-blind in a sentence

  • He was so snow blind that he dropped behind, following his comrades by hearing instead of by sight.

    South from Hudson Bay | E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
  • Bluff felt a little alarmed, and hoped that he might not go snow-blind just when they were drawing near the quarry.

  • Going back to his snow-blind, he packed his blanket and camp kit swiftly and strapped them to his shoulders.

    Ben Blair | Will Lillibridge
  • “Reminds me of the time Blister went snow blind,” Harshaw said.

    The Fighting Edge | William MacLeod Raine
  • Furthermore, I discovered that I was rapidly becoming snow blind.

    A Night in the Snow | Rev. E. Donald Carr