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Purblind, 1) quite blind: “this whimpled, whining, p., wayward boy,” LLL III, 181. “lower messes perchance are to this business p.” Wint. I, 2, 228. “p. Argus, all eyes and no sight,” Troil. I, 2, 31 (Ff purblinded). her p. son (Cupid) Rom. II, 1, 12.
2) half-blind, short-sighted: “the p. hare,” Ven. 679. “any p. eye may find it out,” H6A II, 4, 21.
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