Definition of 'turn a blind eye to'
Example sentences containing 'turn a blind eye to'
They were an integral part of his life and he expected his wife to turn a blind eye to them - which she did.YELLOW BIRD (2002)
The truth is we can't turn a blind eye to the possibility that something's gone very wrong with the Appeal.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2002)
In truth, I hate that such bigotry still exists in the Six Duchies, and that our nobles turn a blind eye to it.THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
Definition of turn a blind eye to from the Collins English Dictionary
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