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color–blind

adjective col·or–blind \-ˌblīnd\

: unable to see the difference between certain colors

: treating people of different skin colors equally : not affected by racial prejudice

Full Definition of COLOR-BLIND

1
:  affected with partial or total inability to distinguish one or more chromatic colors
3
:  not influenced by differences of race <tried to get the welfare establishment … to abandon its color–blind policy — D. P. Moynihan>; especially :  free from racial prejudice <a white man with an invisible black skin in a color–blind community — James Farmer>
color blindness noun

First Known Use of COLOR-BLIND

1853

color–blind

adjective col·or–blind \-ˌblīnd\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of COLOR–BLIND

:  affected with partial or total inability to distinguish one or more chromatic colors
color blindness noun

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