Steal someone blind



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steal someone blind
Also, rob someone blind. Rob or cheat someone mercilessly, as in Ann always maintained that children would steal their parents blind. The allusion here is unclear. Possibly it means stealing everything, including someone’s sight. [ Mid-1900s ]

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