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Related to color-blind: color vision deficiency, protanopia


or col·or-blind  (kŭl′ər-blīnd′)
1. Partially or totally unable to distinguish certain colors.
a. Not subject to racial prejudices.
b. Not discriminating on the basis of race: a college with a colorblind admissions policy.

col′or·blind′ness n.


a. unable to distinguish one or more chromatic colors.
b. unable to distinguish colors, seeing only shades of gray, black, and white.
2. showing or characterized by freedom from racial bias.
col′or blind`ness, n.


Unable to distinguish certain colors. Humans who are color-blind usually cannot distinguish red from green. Many animals, including cats and dogs, are able to distinguish only a few colors.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.color-blind - unable to distinguish one or more chromatic colors
blind, unsighted - unable to see; "a person is blind to the extent that he must devise alternative techniques to do efficiently those things he would do with sight if he had normal vision"--Kenneth Jernigan
2.color-blind - unprejudiced about race
unprejudiced, impartial - free from undue bias or preconceived opinions; "an unprejudiced appraisal of the pros and cons"; "the impartial eye of a scientist"


مُصَاب بِعَمَى الَألْوان barvoslepý farveblind farbblind δαλτωνικός daltónico värisokea daltonien daltonist daltonico 色盲の 색맹의 kleurenblind fargeblind nie widzący kolorów daltónico, daltônico страдающий цветовой слепотой färgblind ตาบอดสี renk körü mù màu 色盲的

color-blind, colorblind

adj daltónico (form), que no diferencia bien ciertos colores
References in classic literature ?
Perhaps you're color-blind, and can't distinguish red and yellow.
I believe I must be color-blind," said the Pumpkinhead, after staring about him.
The squid are color-blind, and what prompts their display is known only to them.
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The persistence and even the recent expansion of the opportunity gap should be an urgent wake-up call that America is still not a color-blind society that provides equal educational opportunity.
In exploring these critical connections, I argue that African American authors construct counter-narratives that challenge color-blind narratives of racial progress using the familiar language of the law and posit various modes of legal and extra-legal storytelling as a way of aggregating the varied and often alienating experiences of race in America.
If you show orange color to a color-blind person, he will say it is pink: Pure pink and the vice versa.
Tynes said: "People who reported higher racial color-blind attitudes were more likely to be white, and more likely to condone or not be bothered by racial-theme party images.
The historical, social, and political origins of color-blind racial attitudes are outlined here.
The opponents of a color-blind Michigan used intimidation to keep Proposal 2 off the ballot (see "Michigan Higher Ed Leaders Look Beyond Proposal 2," Nov.
As the color dots all look somewhat the same, you should change your graphics to use colors that will be clearly seen by color-blind readers.
A color-blind detail is a bit overdone, but otherwise the story is a nonstop feast and inspiration for a great movie.