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noun as in blind

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After blindfolding 281 college students and 31 grade schoolers, they gave the students edible or nonedible models to inspect.

It’s barely light and he will never see the sun again, nor his home, nor his family… Mallin is offered a blindfold, but it is not known if he accepts.

Musk is aiming for higher altitudes and increased operational perfection until his team can do it blindfolded.

One method, “blindfolding,” calls for dropping a few ice cubes in the pan and covering it to trap in the steam.

So, they are going about their marketing efforts with blindfolds on.

They would blindfold her sometimes for days and they beat her face and her head.

Whenever I left the room I had ear muffs, handcuffs and a blindfold placed upon me.

Marie Fontenot was wearing a blindfold on the gruesome videotape that Rust found in Billy Lee Tuttle's safe.

Dora Lange was wearing a blindfold when she was discovered in a prayer position at the base of that tree.

“It was this idea of prayer, and one of the necessities of the prayer pose being the blindfold,” he explained.

He knew his way about the North Sea blindfold, and all he didn't know about his trade wasn't worth knowing.

I dared not ask her how she had gotten through the nights, because she had used the blanket to blindfold the horse.

No, sir, I'd niver appear in public but wanst a year, an' thin I'd blindfold me lile subjicks so that they'd stay lile.

You may halt a bit to get your breath, but nobody is to touch his or her blindfold.

Every one knew his way to the river blindfold; so that the darker the night the better.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blindfold, such as: curtain, screen, blinker, camouflage, cloak, and cover.

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