What does “Love is blind” mean?
“Love is blind” means to love someone or something unconditionally. The idiom has the meaning that if we are in love then we accept everything related to our beloved ones including all their faults, bad habits and every bad thing related to the behavior, personality and the dealings of our beloved one. The idiom has the connotative meaning of loving someone or something without counting or considering the negative qualities.
9 examples of how to use “love is blind” in a sentence
- My girlfriend is immature, silly, and unfaithful; despite all her shortcomings, I love her unconditionally because love is blind.
- When my mother wedded my father my father used to live in a hut; I am amazed how my mother has accepted my father, I have to believe that love is blind.
- I want to buy a black horse but in this farm there isn’t a single horse available in black color. My love for horses is blind; I will buy whatever is available.
- I was very confused when I was in love for the first time in my life with Jerry. Despite of all my confusion, I accepted Jerry because love is blind.
- Don’t think too much about the choice of clothes, my love for this black suit is blind; I am going to buy it.
- Parents love for their children is always blind, they love their children equally and always sacrifice their dreams and comfort for the sake of betterment of their children.
- Throughout the history, there are enormous examples of love and love stories; according to me Romeo’s love for Juliet was blind.
- I was betrayed by my family because I was in love with Marry, but I will never betray Marry for any cause; love is blind.
- Love is blind, if you are in love with her don’t go to her appearance; accept her the way she is.
The origin of “Love is blind”
Love is one of the best among emotions, feelings, relations, and other perceptions of the world. Every living creature has the element of love in their nature; and towards the other creatures, entities of the world. The idiom “love is blind” has its direct relations with love.
The origin of the expression “love is blind” has its roots attached with the world of literature. This idiom for the first time was noticed in the work of “Geoffrey Chaucer in his Merchant’s Tale in 1405”. Love being the element of feeling and one of the central topics within literature, has been frequently used by prominent poets throughout the history.
After Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare has frequently used the expression “love is blind” in his plays and in different works of literature. Shakespeare has used this term mostly in the late 1500s and early 1600s and after that, the idiom was adopted in English language by different writers and users of the language.
Synonyms for “Love is blind”
Affection, true love, real love, love is unbiased, love, romantic, lovable, affair, sweetheart, blind date, fall in love, adoring, dearest, fondness attachment, warmth, liking, friendship, relationship,
Idioms related to “love is blind”
- All is fair in love and war
- That you must love me and love my dog
- Make love, not war
- Love will find a way
- Absence makes the heart grow fonder
- To have a crush on someone
- You are my one and only
- To love with your all heart and soul
- Falling head over heels in love
- To be smitten