blackout

[ blak-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF blackout

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A Blackout is quite effective—it's hard to hit what you can't see.

But Barney, the stick-man who'd felt my Blackout, caught on a lot quicker.

Well, he certainly wasn't much of a perceptive, or he would have been able to handle the Blackout himself.

My Blackout victim was reaching out, trying to find something he could use to raise himself to his feet.

I picked her up in my arms and carried her to the same sawdust-strewn private dining room where I'd given Barney the Blackout.

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