- adj. temporarily blinded by exposure to light reflected from snow or ice
“At least you're not one of the snow-blinded travelers of yore, who relied on volcanic-stone cairns to keep from getting lost.”
“There was a hollow in it which my searching hands rather than my snow-blinded eyes discovered, and into that I pushed my way.”
“He worked without complaint in a smother of dust and cattle fumes at temperatures ranging as high as 136 degrees; or, snow-blinded and frozen, he "rode line" for hours on end when the thermometer was fifty or more below zero.”
“Not Sutherland of '92?" broke in the snow-blinded Minook man, groping feebly toward him.”
“The talk of the other snow-blinded men, sitting about or stretched with their feet to the fire, was lost on his ear.”
“Harris and his wife Mary provided sojourn in their New Memphis home for snow-blinded travelers on the way to Colorado Springs.”
“It might feel nicely at home in Barcelona's Eixample district but with Colman's yellow walls paired with dark, dark wood, this Goodge Street newcomer comes across a bit screechy and chilly on a snow-blinded London lunchtime.”
“You want to be careful," her husband cautioned her; "getting snow-blinded isn't as much fun as you'd think.”
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