Blind wall


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a wall without an opening; a blank wall.

See also: Blind

References in classic literature ?
Wherefore, you must now have perceived that the front of the Sperm Whale's head is a dead, blind wall, without a single organ or tender prominence of any sort whatsoever.
And there was no answer from the blind walls, from the hall outside, nor from all the world, and, his moment of panic over, Cocky was his brave little self again.
Others were coming down the lane between tall, blind walls, surrounding a hand- cart loaded with more bags and boxes.
Fat black ash by the altar-stone, Here is the white-foot rain, And the does bring forth in the fields unsown, And none shall affright them again; And the blind walls crumble, unknown, o'erthrown And none shall inhabit again!
After his ambitious start on the Middle East, Obama dropped the issue like a hot potato after running into the blind wall of Israeli intransigence.
To shoot through it, I'd be required to silently slip off the planted chair, roll onto my knees, draw my bow into the blind corner to avoid upsetting the noisy nylon walls and lean into the right-hand blind wall to take advantage of my only safe opening.
The neighbouring building's blind wall will also be transformed into a green wall to enhance the project's environmental responsibility and create a more quiet and peaceful atmosphere in an urban space.
After organizing optics and camera gear, I nocked an arrow on my Mathews Z7, leaned it against the blind wall and settled my fanny into a folding chair for what could prove another all-day vigil.
Why can't we bring down this blind wall of hostility and hatred?
The twisted geometry is necessary because the school level from which the structure sets out is higher than the opening in the huge blind wall of the Opera House, and it is a small distance to the east.