Definition Of purblind
having impaired or defective vision.
Example Of purblind
As a stylist, Rothbart is terse but not flippant, displaying a genuine compassion for his purblind characters.
Babichev, who personifies the purblind utopianism of the Communist regime, cuts a truly grotesque figure as the votary of social planning, epitomized in his quest for the perfect mass-produced sausage.
But is not the use of the cultural Other as a catalyst for one's own transcendent function a selfish, purblind appropriation, acting, against rather than for, crosscultural understanding?
But the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the agency charged with safeguarding the nation's 103 reactors, remained strangely purblind to the threat.
Even when you're a purblind dogmatist who wants to shut it down, I guess you've got to at least pay lip service to it, which explains the name.