adj \ˈblīnd\

Definition of BLIND

a : lacking or deficient in sight; especially : having less than 110 of normal vision in the more efficient eye when refractive defects are fully corrected by lenses b : of or relating to sightless persons <blind care>
a : made or done without sight of certain objects or knowledge of certain facts that could serve for guidance or cause bias <a blind taste test> <a blind clinical trial>—see double-blind, single-blind b : having no knowledge of information that may cause bias during the course of an experiment or test <researchers blind to whether the investigational drug is administered>
: having but one opening or outlet <the cecum is a blind pouch>
blind·ly \ˈblīn-(d)lē\ adverb
blind·ness \ˈblīn(d)-nəs\ noun

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