blindfold definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to pay for the eyes of with or just as if with a bandage.
    • To cover the eyes of with or as if with a bandage.
    • to stop from seeing and especially from understanding.
    • To prevent from seeing and especially from understanding.
    • To cover the eyes of, just like a bandage; to hinder from witnessing.
    • to pay for the eyes of, as with a bandage; to hinder from witnessing.
  • noun:
    • A bandage to pay for the eyes.
    • A bandage to pay for the eyes.
    • a thing that serves to confuse clear perception.
    • something which serves to obscure obvious perception.
    • A covering, often a bandage, for eyes, preventing light to your eyes.
    • A covering, often a bandage, when it comes to eyes, blocking light toward eyes.
    • Something that obscures vision (literally or metaphorically).
    • Something that obscures sight (literally or metaphorically).
    • a flexible object put across eyes to prevent witnessing; typically a strip of fabric covered across the head in order to cover the eyes.
    • a flexible item placed on the eyes to stop witnessing; generally a strip of fabric covered round the mind to be able to protect the eyes.
    • A disguise; a ruse; a blind. See blind, n., 2.
    • A disguise; a ruse; a blind. See blind, n., 2.
    • a cloth always protect the eyes
    • a cloth familiar with cover the eyes
  • verb:
    • to pay for the eyes, in order to make somebody struggling to see.
    • To cover the eyes, to make some body incapable of see.
    • To confuse understanding or comprehension.
    • To confuse comprehension or understanding.
    • cover the eyes of (some one) to prevent him from seeing
    • cover the eyes of (some one) to avoid him from seeing
  • adjective:
    • Having the eyes covered; blinded; having the mental attention darkened. Ergo: Heedless; careless.
    • getting the eyes covered; blinded; having the mental eye darkened. Ergo: Heedless; careless.
    • putting on a blindfold
    • wearing a blindfold
  • others:
    • obtaining the eyes covered or bandaged, to be able to struggle to see.
    • getting the eyes covered or bandaged, to be able to struggle to see.
    • Having the mental eye darkened; hence, rash; inconsiderate; without foresight: as, “blindfold fury,”
    • Having the mental eye darkened; hence, rash; inconsiderate; without foresight: as, “blindfold fury,”
    • Obscure; dark.
    • Obscure; dark.
    • To hit blind; to blind.
    • To hit blind; to blind.
    • To cover the eyes of; hinder from witnessing by since the eyes.
    • To cover the eyes of; impede from seeing by since the eyes.

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