stone-blind


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stone-blind

(stōn′blīnd′)
adj.
Completely blind.

stone′-blind′ness n.

stone-blind

adj
(Pathology) completely blind. Compare sand-blind

stone′-blind′



adj.
completely blind.
[1325–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stone-blind - completely blind
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
Translations

stone-blind

[ˈstəʊnˈblaɪnd] ADJcompletamente ciego
References in classic literature ?
But if I don't he says I'll certainly be stone-blind in six months.
A gift, a thing I sought not, for this crown The trusty Creon, my familiar friend, Hath lain in wait to oust me and suborned This mountebank, this juggling charlatan, This tricksy beggar-priest, for gain alone Keen-eyed, but in his proper art stone-blind. Say, sirrah, hast thou ever proved thyself A prophet?
In practice they had come to be considered a little too bad, though in theory they were quite as good as ever; which may be observed to be the case at the present day with other cells that are not at all strong, and with other blind alleys that are stone-blind. Hence the smugglers habitually consorted with the debtors (who received them with open arms), except at certain constitutional moments when somebody came from some Office, to go through some form of overlooking something which neither he nor anybody else knew anything about.