The black eyes of the Indians seemed very susceptible to this disease, which they call “snow blindness.”
This is just the kind of day to get a bad attack of snow blindness.
The day after this entry superadded the visitation of snow blindness to our trials.
In traveling in the spring the Eskimo always use snow goggles to protect themselves from snow blindness.
The natives use them to protect themselves from snow blindness.
This time of travelling 277 was selected more with a view to the prevention of snow blindness than anything else.
A mild attack of snow blindness held Jimmy prisoner all the next day.
Four of the men had also been suffering for the last few days from snow blindness, though not in a severe form.
He was not suffering so much from snow blindness either as the others, for he had been able to keep his eyes covered.
If this snow blindness permits me, I hope to-morrow to prove myself a more lucky sportsman.
snow blindness n.
A usually temporary loss of vision and inflammation of the conjunctiva and cornea caused by exposure to bright sunlight and ultraviolet rays reflected from snow or ice.