EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLINDER
It is as if I'd been blind all the time I have known you, blind to the truth of you and blinder still to my own truth.
Are we moles, and blinder than moles, that we should continually be made the dupes of these women?
"Wildfire, I got a rope on you—an' a hackamore—an' a blinder," said Slone.
"Blinder motions," Less rational, less well-guided emotions.
No, oh, no; for then she would be deafer and dumber and blinder than she was before.
For I have been blind and deaf, as blind and as deaf as this man was—yes, blinder than he ever was.
In one picture the mask is shut; and in the other, one of the jaws, like a blinder to a bridle, is open.
Rob, blinder now than ever, thought that she wanted to get rid of him.
When the load is securely fastened in its place, the blinder is removed.
Is there a blinder folly than the pageantry of fashionable society?
1580s, agent noun from blind (v.). Especially of blinkers for horses from c.1800, often figurative. Related: Blinders.