sandblind

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Middle English alteration (due to assoc. with sand) of samblind (half-blind), from Old English samblind (half-blind), from sām- (half-) + blind (blind) (English sam + blind).

Adjective[edit]

sandblind (comparative more sandblind, superlative most sandblind)

  1. half-blind, partially blind
  2. dim-sighted

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