[ US /ˈbɫaɪndɝ/ ]
[ UK /blˈa‍ɪndɐ/ ]
  1. blind consisting of a leather eyepatch sewn to the side of the halter that prevents a horse from seeing something on either side
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How To Use blinder In A Sentence

  • It's as if the ISG glued blinders to their collective head, ignoring the fact that both Iran and Syria are engaging in hegemonic actions to control Iraq; that either of these countries will only support the parts of the ISG that assist in the achievement of their goals, and that they will tell us anything while they do whatever the hell they want, because they do not fear us. Sound Politics: Re: The Israel Gambit
  • He is, in my estimation, entrenched in the intellectual laziness of dogma and the comforts of blinders. His is a proudly unpersuadable mind.
  • The senior team played a blinder in a division 1 game against Trumera Rovers on Sunday November 30th.
  • Scrum-half Danny Brough, another player to have a blinder at The Shay, claimed the remainder to stay in touch with the leaders.
  • A Washington Post opinion writer argues that King "has blinders on when it comes to home-grown extremism. Sikhs shot in Calif. may have been mistaken for Muslims
  • ‘He ran a blinder on his first run of the season and the Tripleprint will be his next run, God willing,’ said Nicholls.
  • Somehow, like putting blinders on a horse, he feels calmer.
  • But Soderbergh is a race horse, blinders on and running hard, in the best sense of that metaphor.
  • We're like those horses in Central Park who have the blinders on and don't see the cars to the left and the right.
  • Altogether, by upping the ante, Blair has played a blinder, which is leaving the opposition, at home and abroad, floundering. Leaving the opposition floundering
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