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Blind, adj., 1) destitute of the sense of seeing; properly and figuratively: Lucr. 378. Lucr. 378 Sonn. 27, 8. 113, 3. 136, 2. 148, 13. Tp. IV, 90. Tp. IV, 90 Gentl. II, 1, 76. II, 3, 14. II, 4, 93. II, 4, 93 IV, 4, 4. Wiv. III, 5, 11. Ado II, 1, 205. LLL IV, 3, 224. LLL IV, 3, 224 Mids. I, 1, 235. Merch. II, 1, 36. II, 6, 36. Tw. V, 236 (the b. waves, i. e. the regardless w.). H6B III, 2, 112 “(b. and dusky spectacles).” R3 I, 4, 259 (to thy own soul so b., == so regardless of . . .). Cor. V, 6, 118 “(his b. fortune).” H5 III, 3, 34 etc.
2) dark, obscure: “folded up in b. concealing night,” Lucr. 675. “b. forgetfulness,” R3 III, 7, 129 (Ff. dark). “the b. cave of eternal night,” V, 3, 62.
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