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    Appropriate preposition

    I have confusion regarding preposition with the word "blind"

    He is blind of his son's fault.(he is ignorant of his son's fault)

    He is blind by one eye.(he can't see with both eyes)

    Are the prepositions used in these two sentences correct?

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    Re: Appropriate preposition

    'He is blind to his son's faults.'

    'He is blind in one eye.'

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