Although all the men were provided with blue spectacles, many cases of snow-blindness occurred.
Then I was attacked by snow-blindness, the pain of which must be experienced to be realised.
All of a sudden, like it always hits you, snow-blindness gits me, an' I shouts to Honest Simms.
Spectacles at once,” he said, “or I shall be having cases of snow-blindness to attend.
He at once seemed to understand that they had been struck with snow-blindness, and he made signs to Archy that he could cure them.
I have previously had several severe attacks of snow-blindness.
How dreadful would have been our fate had the whole party been struck by snow-blindness!
It is the same, in a slightly different way, with snow-blindness.
Even the plainsman is wary at this time of the year, for the perils of snow-blindness are as real to him as to the “tenderfoot.”
Like all other ills, snow-blindness may easily be dispelled by taking it in time.
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.