Definition of sandy blight in English:

sandy blight

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noun

[mass noun] Australian
An infection of the eyes, either conjunctivitis or trachoma, in which irritation is caused by granular inflammation of the eyelids.
More example sentences
  • To make ends meet Daisy wrote numerous articles and papers, between bouts of pneumonia, sandy blight and malnutrition, for newspapers, magazines and learned societies.
  • Sandy Blight is common enough and makes its appearance without any warning.

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