to prevent or occlude sight by covering (the eyes) with a cloth, bandage, or the like; cover the eyes of.
to impair the awareness or clear thinking of:
Don’t let their hospitality blindfold you to the true purpose of their invitation.
a cloth or bandage put before the eyes to prevent seeing.
with the eyes covered:
a blindfold test.
a blindfold denunciation before knowing the facts.
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to prevent (a person or animal) from seeing by covering (the eyes)
to prevent from perceiving or understanding
a piece of cloth, bandage, etc, used to cover the eyes
any interference to sight
having the eyes covered with a cloth or bandage
(chess) not seeing the board and pieces
see: do blindfolded
German name of Blenheim. noun the German name for Blenheim1
a layer of sand or fine gravel for filling the gaps in the surfaces of a road or pavement, as one of crushed and compacted stone. unable to see; lacking the sense of sight; sightless: a blind man. unwilling or unable to perceive or understand: They were blind to their children’s faults. He was blind […]
unable to see; lacking the sense of sight; sightless: a blind man. unwilling or unable to perceive or understand: They were blind to their children’s faults. He was blind to all arguments. not characterized or determined by reason or control: blind tenacity; blind chance. not having or based on reason or intelligence; absolute and unquestioning: […]
in a blind manner: We felt our way blindly through the black tunnel. without understanding, reservation, or objection; unthinkingly: They followed their leaders blindly. without continuation: The passage ended blindly 50 feet away. Contemporary Examples Rediscovering Richard Dawkins: An Interview J.P. O’Malley September 22, 2013 A Nation of Onlookers: India’s Violence Against Women and America’s […]