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  1. blind·ing
    IPA[ˈblīndiNG]
  2. adjective

    • 1. (of light) very bright and likely to dazzle or temporarily blind someone:

      a massive explosion with a blinding flash of light
    • 2. (of a thing) temporarily obstructing a person's vision:

      he saw the school bus approaching through almost blinding rain
    • 3. (of pain or an emotion) so intense as to block out everything else:

      I've got a blinding headache
    • 4. (of a process or action) remarkably fast or skillful; dazzling:

      a blinding fastball

    noun

    • 1. the process of covering a newly made road with grit to fill cracks.

    • 2. the grit used to fill cracks in a new road.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: blinding

    • adjective

      (of light) very bright and likely to dazzle or cause temporary blindness:

      temporarily obstructing the vision:

    • noun

      the process of covering a newly made road with grit to fill cracks.

      grit used to cover a newly made road.

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