Origin of snow blindness
Related formssnow-blind [snoh-blahynd] /ˈsnoʊˌblaɪnd/, adjective
Examples from the Web for snow blindness
The sun had shone powerfully that day and Kennedy and Watson had a touch of snow-blindness.
How dreadful would have been our fate had the whole party been struck by snow-blindness!Snow Shoes and Canoes|William H. G. Kingston
The travellers had only suffered from the intense glare of the sun on the snow, which threatened them with snow-blindness.The Field of Ice|Jules Verne
Fortunately all were in the best of health, although Professor Jeffer suffered a little from snow-blindness.First at the North Pole|Edward Stratemeyer
The light gave Hurley an attack of snow-blindness and a miserable day.