inblind

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Etymology[edit]

From in- +‎ blind. Compare Old English ofblindian (to blind).

Verb[edit]

inblind (third-person singular simple present inblinds, present participle inblinding, simple past and past participle inblinded)

  1. (transitive) To produce blindness in; make blind; blind.
    • 1515, Alexander Barclay, Egloges:
      Such rusty meates inblindeth so our brayne, That of our fauour the muses have distayne.
    • 2003, United States International Foundation for Studies in Reproduction, International journal of fertility and women's medicine:
      Also, 3,444 women in the active group had to have treatment inblinded due to persistent vaginal bleeding.