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Blind

Antonyms for blind:

sharp, sighted, seeing, rational.

Synonyms for blind:

Sense 2

infectious, pixilated, deaf, inebriated, zonked, inebriate, lit, stoned, bitter, deep, myopic, tipsy, virulent, overpowering, stinking, overt, volcanic, blindly, dazzle, attraction, smashed, mortal, farsighted, obstruct, short-sighted, unconscious, uneasy, train, concealed.

Sense 3

daze, personal, intoxicated, piercing, profound, depth, sodden, cockeyed, burning.

Sense 4

full-length, hidden, casual, raw.

Sense 5

loaded, weak.

Sense 6

cloud.

Sense 8

strong.

Sense 9

dull.

Sense 13

ring.

Sense 15

high.

aimless

haphazard.

biased

prejudiced.

cockeyed

squint-eyed.

dead end

cul de sac.

haphazard

random.

heedless

regardless.

hook

hinge.

inconsiderate

thoughtless.

purposeless

aimless.

sightless

bat.

tackle

harness.

uninformed

unaware.

all (adjective)

unsighted.

blind (adjective)

unseeing, color-blind, eyeless, sightless, purblind, blindfolded.

concealed (adjective)

hidden.

dizzy (adjective)

tipsy, blinded, hazy.

hidden or covered (adjective)

concealed, dim.

ignorant (adjective)

unaware.

inattentive (adjective)

unconscious, unperceiving.

indifferent (adjective)

thoughtless, unconcerned, unaware, nearsighted, myopic, unperceiving, unconscious, unreasoning.

myopic (adjective)

nearsighted, shortsighted.

sightless (adjective)

eyeless, unsighted, dark, purblind, unseeing.

uncontrolled (adjective)

irrational, shortsighted.

Sense 2 (noun)

basic, casual, burning, deep, deep-seated, bitter, depth, affective, acutely.

Sense 3 (noun)

unaware, unconscious.

Sense 4 (noun)

tight.

Sense 5 (noun)

bird watching, ornithology, ring, Twitcher, Birding, ornithologist.

Sense 6 (noun)

dazzle, blindly, eagle-eyed, hazy, hawk-eyed, bleary, farsighted.

Sense 8 (noun)

dull, uncomprehending.

Sense 9 (noun)

cloud, crocked, crapulent, high, stoned, boozy, tipsy, besotted, sodden, smashed, soused, potted, inebriate, Boozed, loaded, sloshed, crapulous, obstruct, inebriated, stinko, stinking, cockeyed, lit, looped, pickled, intoxicated, pixilated, zonked, bombed, plastered, stewed.

Sense 10 (noun)

hidden, roller blind, jalousie, full-length, concealed, curtain rod, drapes, lace curtain.

Sense 11 (noun)

bedazzle, daze.

blind (noun)

green-blind, eyeless, color-blind, protanopic, dim-sighted, unseeing, snow-blind, sightless, sand-blind, blindfold, blue-blind, blindfolded, colour-blind, dim, purblind, red-blind, unsighted, deuteranopic, snow-blinded, near-blind, subterfuge, tritanopic, unperceiving, stone-blind, visually challenged, dazzled, blinded, screen, irrational, unperceptive, unreasoning, visually impaired.

decoy (noun)

deception, lure, decoy, catch, bait, trap, mirage, trick.

screen (noun)

hideout.

screen, covering (noun)

cloak, curtain, cover, camouflage, blindfold, trap, mask, veil.

shade (noun)

parasol, blinders, barrier, window shade, awning, lamp shade, venetian blind, screen, shield, cover, sunshade, veil, visor, canopy, panoply, curtain, shade, shadow, shutter, umbrella.

blind (verb)

blindfold.

change (verb)

dim.

closed (verb)

tight.

conceal (verb)

cloak, camouflage, mask, disguise, censor, bury, conceal, enshroud, hide, hush, obscure.

shade (verb)

hide, curtain, obscure, veil, shade, cover, screen.

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