Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of blind.
  • adj. to display a particular destination or route number on the blinds.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. deprived of one's sight; rendered blind.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Provided with blinds, blinders, or blindages: as, a blinded house; blinded batteries.
  • Having the window-shades drawn down; with the blinds closed.
  • In mining, not opposite, but nearly so, as two level drifts on either side of aslope.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. deprived of sight

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Examples

  • The man’s aura was such that merely hearing his name blinded most people, as it had blinded him.

    Streets of Laredo

  • Leaving home without my “sweat rag” is disastrous, as it often leaves me blinded from the salty sweat trailing through my ineffective eyebrows and into my eyes.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • If Hillary follows through with what she says she will do, only the repubs who voted for her out of spite and her hardcore supporters who remain blinded by hate will go McCain in November.

    Obama reacts to Clinton speech

  • I agree, however, that calling her either rude, ignorant or blinded is itself rude.

    A decent, popular article on intelligent design

  • You want to go out on a limb and say that calling Joy either rude, ignorant or blinded is rude.

    A decent, popular article on intelligent design

  • This is a randomized, prospective open label blinded end-point (PROBE) trial due to enrol

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • The study was not "blinded" - in other words, subjects, and their doctors, knew what treatments they were getting.

    Arab Times Kuwait English Daily

  • Researchers note that the study was not "blinded" - everyone knew who was doing what, and mask wearers may have been less likely to report cold symptoms later because they believed they were taking steps to reduce that possibility.

    News24

  • Researchers note that the study was not "blinded" -- everyone knew who was doing what, and mask wearers may have been less likely to report cold symptoms later because they believed they were taking steps to reduce that possibility.

    TheBostonChannel.com - News

  • And Jeff’s attempt to stop the murderous Thorwald with camera flashes, and not tossing things at him while blinded, is plain silly, although the flashes are a brilliant visual representation of Jeff’s impotence.

    Blog De Ganz | Archive | September

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