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blinding

b lahyn ding

  • v  render unable to see
  • v  make blind by putting the eyes out
  • v  make dim by comparison or conceal
  • s  shining intensely
    blinding headlights

  • The only way to conduct the work was to get above that blinding blanket and look across clear, airless space.
  • The colors are blinding, the fast cuts almost nauseating.
  • Barely a week passes without a flash bulletin blinding us with news of another prominent preadult who is in the family way or showing off her underthings.
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  • Condoleezza Rice in USA Today
    Some of this will happen over time,Rice told reporters aboard Air Force One, en route to Kuwait. "There isn't going to be a blinding flash in any of this, not on this trip, not on the next trip. But this is a process that is moving...
  • Barack Obama in Los Angeles Times
    He didn't call for one blinding light shining from Washington,Obama said. "He didn't just call for a few bright lights from the biggest nonprofits. . . . He called for a vast galaxy of people and institutions working to solve problems in...
  • Margaret Chan in Washington Post
    Without H5N1 samples from affected countries, Chan said that "you are tying my hands, you're muffling my ears, you're blinding my eyes."

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