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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Temporarily unable to see by exposure to light reflected from ice or frozen white precipitation.

Usage examples (36)
  • "All right except that we're snow-blind!" replied Jerry.
  • Morning found me nearly snow-blind, but glad and vigorous.
  • "And if we keep looking at it in the sun, we're going to get … snow-blind, whatever you'd call it."
  • Sometimes the glare of the ice on the glacier is so bright that you can't see anything but white-people call it snow-blind. for more
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