There was a hollow in it which my searching hands rather than my snow-blinded eyes discovered, and into that I pushed my way. From Wordnik.com. [Sorceress of the Witch World]
"Not Sutherland of '92?" broke in the snow-blinded Minook man, groping feebly toward him. From Wordnik.com. [The God of His Fathers: Tales of the Klondyke] Reference
The talk of the other snow-blinded men, sitting about or stretched with their feet to the fire, was lost on his ear. From Wordnik.com. [Heroes of the Middle West The French] Reference
Harris and his wife Mary provided sojourn in their New Memphis home for snow-blinded travelers on the way to Colorado Springs. From Wordnik.com. [The Denver Newspaper Agency YourHub.com Stories] Reference
He worked without complaint in a smother of dust and cattle fumes at temperatures ranging as high as 136 degrees; or, snow-blinded and frozen, he "rode line" for hours on end when the thermometer was fifty or more below zero. From Wordnik.com. [Roosevelt in the Bad Lands] Reference
"You want to be careful," her husband cautioned her; "getting snow-blinded isn't as much fun as you'd think. From Wordnik.com. [The Land of Promise] Reference
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