Examples of blind date in a Sentence
She went out on a blind date with her friend's cousin.
Recent Examples of blind date from the Web
In an interview with the BBC, Markle said the couple first met in July 2016 on a blind date set up by a mutual friend.
The customer was on a blind date, a police report said.
Meghan and Harry would go on to have a blind date in summer 2016, which was followed by another date before the pair vacationed together in Botswana.
There’s no way a blind date can be worse than your worst online date.
Esther and Al Gold, both 93 of Coconut Creek, have been married for over 71 years (their 72nd anniversary will be on July 14, 2018) and courted after first meeting on a blind date in 1940.
During that time one of her students arranged a blind date for Dorothy with the student’s older brother, Stewart Gatchel.
As a young woman, she was asked by a friend to go on a blind date.
As graduation from UConn in 1956 neared, Barbara was introduced on a blind date to Harry, who traveled from Montreal, Canada, to meet her.
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BLIND DATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blind date for English Language Learners
: an occasion for two people who do not know each other to meet and decide if they may want to have a romantic relationship
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