word-blind


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word blindness

n.
See alexia.

word′-blind′ adj.
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Adj.1.word-blind - of or relating to or symptomatic of alexia
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word-blind

[ˈwɜːdblaɪnd] ADJaléxico
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word-blind

[ˈwɜːdˌblaɪnd] adjdislessico/a
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As I go word-blind trailing through book 1, 2 and 3 it strikes me there is no facility online to select a certain lot to favourites or track a certain lot.
Why not stick to a few and do them brilliantly My friend, word-blind after reading the menuchose a light starter of baby mozzarella with sundried tomatoes, slow-roasted peppers and baby leaves (pounds 5.50).
And since, rather like the word-blind dyslexic, I tend to reverse numbers into the wrong order, this often leads to the swallowing of cards and my being locked out of my friend Fran's block of flats (where they change the numbers on the entry system every month).