blind-side definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • going to or strike on or through the blind side.
    • To get or take unawares, especially with harmful or harmful outcomes: "The present recession, having its wave of corporate cost-cutting, blind-sided numerous lawyers” ( Aric Press).
    • going to or attack on or through the blind part.
    • To capture and take unawares, especially with harmful or detrimental outcomes: "The current recession, using its trend of corporate cost-cutting, blind-sided numerous lawyers” ( Aric Press).

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