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n. - Dichromacy characterized by a lowered sensitivity to green light resulting in an inability to distinguish green and purplish-red.

Usage examples (8)
  • "Daltonism," does not see things through a medium charged with the national colour, and Miss Gardiner is a true type of downright landlordism such as would not be...
  • In fact, colour blindness was known, for a considerable time during the last century, as 'Daltonism', since it was through the publication of Dalton's self-observations...
  • For example the atomic structure of matter the central organizing theory of the basic science chemistry is “laced with Daltonism”-to paraphrase Mr. Buckingham.
  • Daltonism, not to enjoy the theatre; not to enjoy it, at least in the reality, when there or just after coming away. for more
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