not physically blinded.
without illusions: an unblinded view of reality.

Origin of unblinded

First recorded in 1605–15; un-1 + blind + -ed2
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Examples from the Web for unblinded

Historical Examples of unblinded

  • To have been a husband for a year, and a father for a moment, and in that moment to lose all—this unblinded me.

    Padre Ignacio

    Owen Wister

  • Already her quick-sightedness, unblinded by love, showed her Mr. Drayton as he was—vain, and led by his vanity alone.

    Mrs. Dorriman, Volume 2 of 3

    Julie Bosville Chetwynd

  • A strong moral sense appears in a firm adherence to right and an unblinded condemnation of wrong.

  • Homer smiled; for it was Homer whom he spoke to,—Homer still in the freshness of his unblinded youth.

    If, Yes and Perhaps

    Edward Everett Hale

  • Do such things happen every spring, or is it just something that has unblinded my eyes?


    Maria Thompson Daviess