- blind|ing [ˈblaındıŋ] adj1.) [usually before noun]so bright or strong that you cannot see properlyblinding flash/light/glare etc▪ the desert with its strange twisted plants and its blinding lightblinding rain/snow/heat etc▪ I struggled back to the hut through blinding rain.2.) blinding headachea very bad ↑headache3.) blinding realization/clarity/revelation etca sudden realization, clear understanding, or new idea about something▪ It was then that she realised, with blinding clarity, that she loved him.▪ Suddenly I had a blinding flash of inspiration.4.) BrE spoken informal very good and enjoyable▪ It's a blinding album.
Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.