stone-blind

[ stohn-blahynd ]
/ ˈstoʊnˈblaɪnd /
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adjective

completely blind.

Nearby words

  1. stone, edward durell,
  2. stone, harlan fiske,
  3. stone, i. f.,
  4. stone, lucy,
  5. stone-,
  6. stone-broke,
  7. stone-cold,
  8. stone-dead,
  9. stone-deaf,
  10. stone-ground

Origin of stone-blind

1325–75; Middle English (north) staneblynde; see stone, blind

Related formsstone·blind·ness, noun

Synonym study

See blind.

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British Dictionary definitions for stone-blind

stone-blind

adjective

completely blindCompare sand-blind
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