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deaf-blind

or deaf·blind  (dĕf′blĭnd′)
adj.
Being both deaf and blind.

deaf′-blind′ness, deaf′blind′ness n.

deaf′-blind′



adj.
1. of or pertaining to a person who is both deaf and blind.
n.
2. the deaf-blind, deaf-blind persons collectively.
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