blind (adj.) Old form(s): blinde
dark, black
Luc.675[] Shame folded up in blind concealing night
R3 V.iii.62[King Richard to Catesby, of Derby] bid him bring his power ... lest his son George fall / Into the blind cave of eternal night
TC III.ii.185[Cressida to Troilus] When ... blind oblivion [has] swallowed cities up [or: sense 3]
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