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Definition of: blind

(blīnd) adjective
1. Without the power of seeing.
2. Lacking in perception or judgment.
3. Acting or proceeding at random.
4. Difficult to understand or trace; illegible; unintelligible.
5. Having no opening or outlet: a blind ditch.
6. Having but one opening; open at one end only: a blind alley.
7. Difficult to find or follow: a blind path.
8. Of or relating to blind persons as a class.
9. Dark; obscure.
—to go it blind

1. To bet in a poker game before looking at one's hand.
2. Hence, to undertake anything without reasonable inquiry.

1. Something that obstructs vision or shuts off light; particularly, a window shade; a screen or shutter.
2. A subterfuge; ruse.
3. One who is, or those who are, blind.
4. A place of ambush; hiding place.
5. A baggage car with no end door: also blind baggage. See synonyms under ARTIFICE.

1. To make blind.
2. To dazzle.
3. To deprive of judgment or discernment.
4. To darken; obscure.
5. To outshine; eclipse. [OE]

Most often used phrases:

blind eye
blind man
blind people
blind faith
eye blind
blind willie
blind mice
blind guardian
blind person
blind melon
blind boys
double blind
blind snake
color blind
blind lemon

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