[ US /ˈbɫaɪndˌfoʊɫdɪd/ ]
[ UK /blˈa‍ɪndfə‍ʊldɪd/ ]
  1. wearing a blindfold
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How To Use blindfolded In A Sentence

  • Some paragliding pilots liken their sport to paddling a Class V river while blindfolded.
  • On one of the horses was a slight figure, bound and blindfolded.
  • The girls were blindfolded and turned around three times; then they had to hit the shoe until it broke and the goodies spilled out.
  • Blindfolded, I don't believe I could have told, but from inspection I think it contained apple, gooseberry and blackcurrant.
  • In everyday life, the greater the distance between points A and B, and the more rugged the intervening landscape, the bleaker are the odds for success of a blindfolded walk, even—or perhaps especially—when following a simple-minded rule like “always climb higher; never back down.” The Edge of Evolution
  • Briars thrown in his Way, and with Intrepidity if need requires, even imbrue his Hands in his opposers Blood, and make a Dagger with Blindfolded Eyes, force John Adams diary 13, 1 March - 31 December 1766, March 1767
  • Then some began to spit at him; they blindfolded him, struck him with their fists, and said, "Prophesy! " And the guards took him and beat him.
  • Like Asa Schaeffer in our animation, he blindfolded his subjects if you can call what he did to them "blindfolding"; it's more like head wrapping and told them to try to walk straight for up to an hour. NPR Topics: News
  • At the same time, he broke the world motorcycle record for a blind or blindfolded person.
  • Patients were blindfolded and asked to close their mouths and one nostril. Times, Sunday Times
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