unblinded

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adjective un·blind·ed \ˌən-ˈblīn-dəd\

Definition of unblinded

  1. :  not blind or blinded : such asa :  free from blindness or illusion <He would stand up, with open eyes, and he would struggle and toil and learn until, with eyes unblinded and tongue untied, he could share with her his visioned wealth. — Jack London>b :  made or done with knowledge of significant facts that may cause bias <unblinded studies of a drug's effectiveness>c :  not furnished with a blind or blinds <unblinded windows>

Circa 1611

First Known Use of unblinded

circa 1611


Medical Dictionary

unblinded

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adjective un·blind·ed \-ˈblīnd-əd\

Medical Definition of unblinded

  1. :  made or done with knowledge of significant facts by the participants :  not blind <an unblinded study of a drug's effectiveness>


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