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visually impaired

noun
1.
(of a person) having reduced vision so severe as to constitute a handicap.
2.
visually impaired persons collectively (usually preceded by the):
a training program to aid the visually impaired.
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Examples from the web for visually impaired
  • The best known service dogs are guides for the visually impaired.
  • Big-screen enthusiasts will enjoy the new film program, which includes an inspiring story of a local, visually impaired team.
  • He believes the device is the future of accessibility for the visually impaired.
  • Even as colleges embrace diversity, simple solutions to help the visually impaired are overlooked.
  • visually impaired students may have a problem using tablets with only virtual keyboards.
  • One group of people has traditionally been left out of our modern tablet revolution: the visually impaired.
  • Well one student has thought up a way where the visually impaired can express themselves through tattoos that can be read.
  • Or, option to show large icons for visually impaired.
  • Yes the beeping is annoying but for those visually impaired they can be alerted of a potential tragedy.
  • Rehabilitation agency providing services for the blind and visually impaired.
British Dictionary definitions for visually impaired

visually impaired

adjective
1.
  1. having any defect of vision, whether disabling or not
  2. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the visually impaired See partially sighted
Derived Forms
visual impairment, noun
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