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1. blind

adjective. ['ˈblaɪnd'] unable to see.

Synonyms

  • visually impaired
  • near-blind
  • colour-blind
  • unseeing
  • blindfolded
  • dazzled
  • dim-sighted
  • visually challenged
  • unsighted
  • tritanopic
  • snow-blind
  • purblind
  • deuteranopic
  • blindfold
  • blinded
  • eyeless
  • blue-blind
  • protanopic
  • color-blind
  • sightless
  • snow-blinded
  • sand-blind
  • red-blind
  • green-blind

Antonyms

  • inactivity
  • insecurity
  • recuperate
  • stay

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Blind Date

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  • circumnavigate
  • recriminate
  • solid-state
  • silverplate
  • remunerate
  • multistate
  • intrastate
  • interrelate
  • disinflate
  • demodulate
  • translate
  • stagflate
  • reinstate
  • procreate
  • desecrate
  • conjugate
  • commutate
  • underrate
  • tri-state
  • recreate
  • postdate
  • interstate
  • conflate
  • upstate
  • telerate
  • sumgait
  • restate
  • reflate
  • prorate

2. blind

noun. ['ˈblaɪnd'] people who have severe visual impairments, considered as a group.

Synonyms

  • people

Antonyms

  • demilitarize
  • dehydrogenate

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. blind

adjective. ['ˈblaɪnd'] unable or unwilling to perceive or understand.

Synonyms

  • unperceiving

Antonyms

  • prejudiced
  • clearheaded

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. blind

adjective. ['ˈblaɪnd'] not based on reason or evidence.

Synonyms

  • unreasoning

Antonyms

  • discerning
  • uncover

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. blind

verb. ['ˈblaɪnd'] make blind by putting the eyes out.

Synonyms

  • alter
  • modify
  • change

Antonyms

  • decontaminate
  • clean
  • unstring
  • stabilize

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. blind

verb. ['ˈblaɪnd'] render unable to see.

Synonyms

  • dazzle
  • snow-blind
  • seel
  • bedazzle

Antonyms

  • assimilate
  • stiffen
  • thin
  • heat

Etymology

  • blind (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. date

noun. ['ˈdeɪt'] the specified day of the month.

Synonyms

  • twenty-four hour period
  • 24-hour interval
  • maturity
  • solar day
  • birthday
  • natal day
  • due date
  • twenty-four hours
  • day
  • maturity date
  • mean solar day

Antonyms

  • uninformed
  • distant
  • female
  • woman

Etymology

  • date (French)
  • datte (French)
  • dactylus (Latin)

8. date

noun. ['ˈdeɪt'] a participant in a date.

Synonyms

  • engagement
  • familiar
  • companion
  • escort
  • comrade
  • fellow
  • associate
  • blind date

Antonyms

  • disassembly
  • non-involvement
  • non-engagement
  • nonparticipation

Etymology

  • date (French)
  • datte (French)
  • dactylus (Latin)

9. date

noun. ['ˈdeɪt'] a meeting arranged in advance.

Synonyms

  • get together
  • meeting
  • rendezvous
  • engagement
  • double date
  • escort
  • tryst
  • blind date

Antonyms

  • greenness
  • night
  • time off
  • divide

Etymology

  • date (French)
  • datte (French)
  • dactylus (Latin)

10. date

noun. ['ˈdeɪt'] a particular but unspecified point in time.

Synonyms

  • point
  • particular date

Antonyms

  • esteem
  • respect
  • exclude

Etymology

  • date (French)
  • datte (French)
  • dactylus (Latin)

Sentences with blind-date


1. Noun Phrase
Looking at the list is sure to boost your confidence in yourself and thus increase your appeal to other people in your life, especially when you're at a party or engaging a blind date.

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