blind

856 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[blˈa͡ɪnd], [blˈa‍ɪnd], [b_l_ˈaɪ_n_d]
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Synonyms for Blind:

blind (adjective)

blindfolded, color-blind, eyeless, purblind, sightless, unseeing.

decoy (noun)

bait, catch, deception, decoy, lure, mirage, trap, trick.

screen (noun)

cover, hideout.

shade (noun)

Venetian blind, awning, barrier, blinders, canopy, curtain, lamp shade, panoply, parasol, shade, shadow, shield, shutter, sunshade, umbrella, veil, visor.

blind (verb)

blindfold.

conceal (verb)

bury, camouflage, censor, cloak, conceal, disguise, enshroud, hide, hush, mask, obscure, screen.

Other synonyms and related words:

Beclouded, Desultorily, Gassed, Highflying, Imperceptive, Impercipient, Puffery, Visionless, Weak-minded, ableptical, abstruse, absurd, accessible, accidental, acutely, affective, aimless, aimlessly, alibi, alter, amaurotic, amaze, ambuscade, ambush, ambushment, amorphous, ante, apology, appearance, art, artful dodge, artifice, astigmatic, astonish, astound, at random, ataxia, attraction, automatic, back band, backstrap, backward, baffle, bag of tricks, ballot-box stuffing barney, bamboo slabs, bamboozle, bandage, basic, bat, be bright, beach umbrella, beacon, beam, bearing rein, becloud, become tangled, bedazzle, bedim, befog, befuddle, bellyband, bemuse, benight, benighted, benumb, bereft of light, besotted, bewilder, binge, bird-witted, birding, bit, bite, bitter, blank, blanket, blasted, blaze, blear, bleary, blende, blind alley, blind as a bat, blind drunk, blind man, blind one's eyes, blind person, blind the eyes, blind to, blinded, blinder, blinding, blindly, blinds, blink, blinker, blinkers, blitzed, blocked, blotto, blow one's mind, blue-blind, bluff, blur, blurred, bluster, boasting, bombast, bombed, booby trap, booster, boozed, boozy, bosey, bowl over, brace game, bragging, brainless, brainsick, bravado, break, breeching, bridle, bruise, brute, brutish, bubble, bunko game, buried, burn, burning, caecal, canned, caparison, card sharping, careless, carelessly, casual, casually, cavesson, cecal, challenged, chance, cheat, checkrein, cheekpiece, chicane, chicanery, chinband, choke, choked, choked off, chouse, cinch, clear as mud, clog, close, close-minded, closed, closed at one end, cloud, clouded, cloudy, cockeyed, collar, color, colour-blind, compulsive, concealed, concealment, conditioned, confidence trick, confuse, conspiracy, constricted, contracted, contrivance, coup, cover story, cover up, covered, covering, covert, craft, crapulent, crapulous, crazy, crocked, crownband, crupper, cunning, curb, cursory, curve, curve ball, cut, cute trick, dark, darken, daze, dazzle, dazzled, dead, dead end, deaf, dealing seconds, deceit, deceive, decide, deep, deep-seated, delude, delusional, dense, deprive of sight, depth, design, destitute of vision, deuteranopic, device, diffuse light, dim, dim-sighted, dim-witted, dip, dirty deal, dirty trick, disability, disable, disabled, disablement, disguised, dissemble, distract attention from, dizzy, dodge, dogmatic, double dealing, drape, drapery, drapes, drop game, drugs, drunk as a skunk, dull, dull-witted, dumb, dumbfound, eagle-eyed, ecervele, eclipse, eclipsed, emotional, ensconce, envelop, erratically, eternal night, excecate, excuse, expedient, eye patch, facade, faint, fake, fakement, false plea, far-fetched, farsighted, fast deal, fatuous, feeble, feint, fetch, ficelle, filmdom, finesse, flabbergast, flam, flame, flare, flash, flat, flattery, floor, fog, foggy, fool, foolish, forced, fraud, fried, front, fulgurate, full-length, fuzzy, gag swivel, gambit, game, gasconade, gauze, giddy, giddy-brained, gimmick, girth, give, give light, glance, glare, gleam, glint, gloss, gloss over, glow, googly, gormless, gouge, green-blind, grift, grip, groping, guile, guise, gum game, hackamore, halter, hames, hametugs, hammered, hand over head, handicap, handle, haphazardly, hare-brained, harm, harness, harum-scarum, hastily, hasty, hawk-eyed, hazy, headgear, headlong, headstall, heedless, heedlessly, helpless, hemeralopic, hid, hidden, hide out, hidey-hole, hiding-place, high, high as a kite, hip straps, hoax, hocus, hocus-pocus, hoodwink, hot air, idiotic, ignorant, ill-defined, ill-informed, illiterate, illogical, imbecilic, impaired, impassable, imperceptible, impervious to, impetuous, imposture, imprudently, impulsive, in a cloud, in a fog, in darkness, in eclipse, in one's cups, in purdah, in the wings, inadvertent, inattentive, incandesce, incautiously, incommunicado, inconsiderate, inconspicuous, indeterminate, indifferent, indiscriminate, indiscriminately, indistinct, inebriate, inebriated, inexpressible, influence, injudicious, injure, insane, insensate, insensible, insensible to, insensitive, instinctive, intoxicated, intrigue, invention, invisible, involuntary, irrational, jalousie, jape, jaquima, jerk line, joke, joker, juggle, jugglery, juiced, keep under cover, knavery, lackluster, lame apology, lame excuse, lampshade, latent, laughable, leading nowhere, light shield, like some alleys, lines, listless, lit, little game, loaded, loaded dice, locus standi, looped, lost, ludicrous, lurking hole, luster, lusterless, machination, mad, make blind, makeshift, maneuver, martingale, mat, material, mechanical, mere pretext, mind-blind, mindless, mislead, misty, mole, moonshine, moronic, mortal, move, muddled, muddy, murky, muted, muzzy, myopic, mysterious, mystify, near-blind, nearsighted, nebulous, neglectful, nonplus, nonsensical, nonunderstanding, noseband, nyctalopic, obfuscate, obfuscated, oblivious, obscured, observant, obstruct, obstructed, obtuse, occult, offhand, oiled, opaque, ornithologist, ornithology, ostensible motive, out, out cold, overcome, overpower, overpowering, overshadow, overt, overwhelming, panel game, paralyse, paralysed, paralyzed, partisan, pass, passed out, perceptive, percursory, perplex, physical, pickled, pie-eyed, pixilated, plant, plastered, plot, ploy, pointlessly, pole strap, poor excuse, poor visioned, positive, potted, prank, prejudiced, preoccupied, preposterous, pretence, pretense, pretension, pretext, primal, primeval, projection screen, protanopic, protection, protestation, public motive, pull the wool over one's eyes, purposelessly, put in order, put-off, puzzle, quick shuffle, racket, radiate, random, randomly, rantipole, rash, rashly, rayless, reach, reckless, recklessly, recondite, red herring, red-blind, reflex, reflexive, refuge, regardless, reins, reluctant, render uncertain, repressed, respectless, retreat, ribbons, ridiculous, ring, ripped, rodomontade, ruse, saddle, sand-blind, scam, scatter-brained, scheme, screen door, screenland, scurvy trick, secluded, secluse, secret, see, seeing, semblance, send out rays, senseless, senselessly, sequestered, shader, shadowed forth, shadowing, shadowy, shaft tug, shallow, shallow pretext, sham, shapeless, shell game, shelter, shift, shill, shin, shine, shine brightly, shock, shoot, shoot out rays, short-sighted, shortsighted, show, shroud, shuffle, shut, shut off, side check, sieve, sighted, sightless person, silly, silver screen, skew, skin game, slapdash, slat, sleight, sleight of hand, sleight-of-hand trick, sloppily, sloshed, slow, slow-witted, slur, slur over, smashed, smoke screen, smokescreen, snaffle, sneaking, snow-blind, snow-blinded, sodden, soft sawder, sophistry, sottish, sour grapes, soused, sozzled, special pleading, spiritually blind, spontaneous, squeezed shut, squiffed, squint-eyed, stacked deck, stagger, stalking-horse, stark blind, startle, stewed, stick, stiff, stifle, stinking, stinko, stir, stone-blind, stoned, strain, strangulated, stratagem, strategy, strike blind, stun, stupefy, subconscious, subliminal, subterfuge, subtle, sunblind, surcingle, surprise, surveillance, swindle, tack, tackle, tactic, tanked, theft, thick, thimblerig, thoughtless, thoughtlessly, three sheets in the wind, thrown, tiddly, tight, tipsy, train, transcendent, trappings, trepan, trickery, tricks upon travelers, tritanopic, tug, twitcher, typhlotic, unable to see, unacquainted, unaffected by, unapprehending, unaware, unaware of, uncaring, unclear, uncomprehending, unconscious, unconscious of, uncontrolled, under an eclipse, under cover, under house arrest, under wraps, undercover, underground, undesigned, undiscerning, undiscriminating, undivided, uneasy, unenlightened, unfamiliar, unfeeling, ungovernable, unheedful, unheeding, uninformed, uninstructed, unintelligent, unintentional, unknowing, unknown, unmarked, unmindful, unmoved by, unobservant, unobserving, unopen, unopened, unperceiving, unperceptive, unpersuadable, unplain, unplanned, unpremeditated, unreasonable, unreasoning, unreflecting, unreflective, unrelenting, unsighted, unstinting, unsuspecting, unthinking, unthoughtful, untouched by, untruth, unvented, unventilated, unwilled, unwilling, unwitting, uselessly, vague, valance, varnish, violent, virulent, visceral, visually challenged, visually impaired, volcanic, wasted, weak, wet, wheeze, white lie, whitewash, wild, wile, wily device, window shade, winker braces, wiped out, without egress, without exit, wound, wrapped in clouds, yoke, zonked.

Rhymes for Blind:

  1. whined, pined, dined, mined, hind, wind, find, bind, signed, rind, mind, grind, lined, twined, kind, fined;
  2. resigned, declined, entwined, refined, maligned, remind, defined, aligned, combined, confined, inclined, unsigned, mankind, opined, unkind, behind, designed, unwind, assigned, unlined, consigned;
  3. unconfined, unrefined, intertwined, disinclined, undermined, undefined;

Quotes for Blind:

  1. In effect, I feel like a blind deaf, and illiterate person working through the sensibilities and multiple, real talents of other people. Everything I do is collaborative. Godfrey Reggio.
  2. But I'm so slow on it because I find it terribly hard writing blind on computers. The computer speaks to me, but it's just so slow, I'm so terribly slow using it. Jack Vance.
  3. If this is not done, future ages will certainly look back upon us as a people so immersed in the pursuit of wealth as to be blind to higher considerations. Alfred Russel Wallace.

Idioms of Blind:

  1. a blind spot;
  2. turn a blind eye ( to sth);
  3. like a blind dog in a meat market;