2. Adverb. extremely. ¹
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Definition of Blindingly
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Literary usage of Blindingly
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1. London Films by William Dean Howells (1905)
"But the New York fog was only blindingly white and the London fog blindingly black, and that is a main difference. The tender and hesitating mist with which ..."
2. The Invisible Man: A Grotesque Romance by Herbert George Wells (1897)
"And I had hardly worked and thought about the matter six months before light came through one of the meshes suddenly — blindingly! ..."
3. Sons and Lovers by David Herbert Lawrence (1922)
"Bottoms crouched, almost blindingly. There, panting and half weeping in reaction from the stress, she murmured to herself over and over again : " The ..."