n.any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting
n.a state or condition being blighted
v.cause to suffer a blight
○ Too much rain may blight the garden with mold
I grew up near Los Angeles in southern California, a region strangled by highways, the blight of American cities and the landscape
…He was sensible of the blight on him, and resigned himself to let it EAT him away.
He was able to advise others, but unable to guide himself,“conscious of the blight on him and resigning himself to let it EAT him away.”
A record of success in trading could advance a young man’s career and mistakes blight it
Marriage is the Bloom or Blight of all men's happiness
Unemployment is a blight on our community.
His absence cast a blight over the family
These beetles are a blight to cotton.
It was early in the month of May that the little family bade farewell to the few who, in the blight of fortune, called themselves their friends
bankruptcy was the blight of the family