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Her father is completely blind.
Blind and sighted children attend the same school.
The disease made her go blind in one eye.
Their opposition to the plan seemed to be driven by blind prejudice.
blind loyalty to the leadership
In a blind panic, I dropped the bag and ran.
Meningitis can cause blindness.
This statement revealed a complete blindness to reality.
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a share of the profits of a company, paid once or twice a year to the people who own the...
to post a tweet, usually a negative one, that mentions a person without using the @ sign, so that they will not see the message on their Twitter feed …add a word
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