Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of blindfold.
  • noun The act of covering with a blindfold.

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Examples

  • Like Asa Schaeffer in our animation, he blindfolded his subjects if you can call what he did to them "blindfolding"; it's more like head wrapping and told them to try to walk straight for up to an hour.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Like Asa Schaeffer in our animation, he blindfolded his subjects if you can call what he did to them "blindfolding"; it's more like head wrapping and told them to try to walk straight for up to an hour.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Those methods included the stripping and blindfolding of prisoners; beatings with fists, whips, and metal rods; administering electric shocks; and sexual assault.

    The Longest War

  • The acts cited by authorities include blindfolding children in a classroom and feeding them his semen in what children were allegedly told was a tasting game.

    Los Angeles' Miramonte school removes entire faculty over sex claims

  • After trussing him with restraints and blindfolding him, they sped away.

    The Longest War

  • Hernandez, who now pitches for the Washington Nationals, would put them to use now and then by blindfolding Motuzas.

    Meet Baseball's Human Garbage Can

  • After trussing him with restraints and blindfolding him, they sped away.

    The Longest War

  • Those methods included the stripping and blindfolding of prisoners; beatings with fists, whips, and metal rods; administering electric shocks; and sexual assault.

    The Longest War

  • Those methods included the stripping and blindfolding of prisoners; beatings with fists, whips, and metal rods; administering electric shocks; and sexual assault.

    The Longest War

  • After trussing him with restraints and blindfolding him, they sped away.

    The Longest War

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