English version

blindingly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblindinglyblind‧ing‧ly /ˈblaɪndɪŋli/ adverb 🔊 🔊 very or extremely 🔊 It was blindingly obvious that Max wasn’t interested.
Examples from the Corpus
blindinglyblindingly beautiful sceneryAbove them a tremendous white fireball blossomed, like the unfolding of a vast paper flower, but now blindingly bright.My brother's dislike for my wife became blindingly clear last month at a wedding reception.But the blindingly obvious fad is that no one is around to be disturbed.It is blindingly obvious that there is not enough money in its coffers to finance the public spending programme.In which case the reason was blindingly obvious.Is it not all blindingly obvious?Doc Croc's Outrageous Adventure isn't the most blindingly original platform outing, but it's certainly no turkey.But what they have in common is something both blindingly simple to name and blindingly difficult to think about.To begin with the variety of the subject was so dazzling, at times blindingly so.blindingly obviousIn which case the reason was blindingly obvious.Is it not all blindingly obvious?But the blindingly obvious fad is that no one is around to be disturbed.It is blindingly obvious that there is not enough money in its coffers to finance the public spending programme.
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