Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Blinded or led astray by one's self.
“Humiliated and self-blinded, he wanders the countryside.”
“As with alanadale, you are voluptuous with incomprehension and accompanying conceits, reflecting a seemingly willful self-blinkered and self-blinded quality.”
“You're as selectively self-blinkered and self-blinded as they come.”
“But I do want you to know: to a non-academic without a dog in the fight, you come across as preposterous, self-blinded, and, for someone who presumably has tenure, a sorry specimen.”
“And it's not just the gimp who comes to a tragic end, self-blinded and exiled, so do his father and mother.”
“Swallowing the talking points without digesting them makes you a lemming, a self-blinded follower, a tool.”
“That always was obvious enough but post-9/11 realities have made it stark, such that only the obdurately self-blinded and the gifted casuist can deny it.”
“But it is not enough to satisfy Lear's self-blinded feelings of entitlement to all.”
“Similar “Potemkin fields” were shown off to gullible—or self-blinded—agricultural scientists, reporters, visitors from other regions, and foreigners.”
“Satan, and his colleagues, self-blinded, suppose that they can war with and overcome even Christ and His hosts of saints; and, determined to do this: "_the kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against His Anointed_.”
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