blindly definition

  • adverb:
    • In a blind manner; without sight; sightlessly.
    • Without consideration or concern.
    • In a blind way; without sight; sightlessly.
    • Without picture, discernment, or understanding; without thought, investigation, understanding, or intent behind one's own.
    • Without consideration or concern.
    • Without sight, discernment, or understanding; without thought, investigation, knowledge, or function of an individual's own.
    • without planning or reflection; without a rational foundation
    • without seeing or searching
    • without planning or reflection; without a rational foundation
    • without witnessing or looking
  • others:
    • In a blind manner; as a blind person; without sight.
    • Without thinking; without discernment; without requiring reasons; without assessment; recklessly: since, to-be led blindly by another.
    • In a blind way; as a blind person; without picture.
    • Without thinking; without discernment; without needing factors; without assessment; recklessly: as, is led thoughtlessly by another.

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