Definition of blinder
- Andrew Chidgey (58) held the Stapleton innings together and Ghulam Shabbir briefly threatened with a lively 23 but Timsbury held some important catches, including a blinder from Greg Passingham …
- —Bath Chronicle
Their team played a blinder to beat us in the closing seconds of the match.
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blinders : leather pieces that are placed on either side of a horse's head next to its eyes in order to keep the horse from seeing what is beside it
: a very exciting or impressive performance or action in a game such as cricket or soccer
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