blindfold

Part of speech: verb

To cover the eyes; hoodwink; mislead.

Part of speech: adjective

Having the eyes bandaged; unguided; heedless; rash.

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Usage examples "blindfold":

  1. I will not attempt to bribe your husband; neither will I stand by and see you blindfold your son. - "Lover or Friend", Rosa Nouchette Carey.
  2. He paused a moment to be sure that all was right, and then leaning forward he reached over and raised the leather blindfold. - "When A Man's A Man", Harold Bell Wright.
  3. However, I know the way to the gate well enough to go there blindfold. - "The Firm of Girdlestone", Arthur Conan Doyle.