Purblind

Pur"blind`

(?), a. [For pure-blind, i. e., wholly blind. See Pure, and cf. Poreblind.] 1. Wholly blind. "Purblind Argus, all eyes and no sight." Shak.
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2. Nearsighted, or dim-sighted; seeing obscurely; as, a purblind eye; a purblind mole.
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The saints have not so sharp eyes to see down from heaven; they be purblindand sand-blind.
Latimer.
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O purblind race of miserable men.
Tennyson.
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-- Pur"blind`ly, adv. -- Pur"blind`ness, n.
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