Examples of blinder in a Sentence
Their team played a blinder to beat us in the closing seconds of the match.
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Arsenal are the butt of everyone's jokes at moment, and even Thames Valley Police got in on the act by using transfer deadline day as the basis for a blinder on Twitter.
These twin blinders, ideology and insecurity, also appear to be at the core of Trump's post-Harvey paralysis regarding Mexico's offer.
His tragedy now is no longer the threat of a career cut short, but the more banal one of a creative vision narrowed by the blinders of his own success.
Zak Kaczmarek/GettyImages Per played a blinder in the FA Cup final
The Post story shows how blinders warped behavior on all sides.
The players have excelled at putting the blinders on and resisting the urge to look down the road, past the next game on the schedule.
Medical records for such adoptees could be sketchy or incorrect—and, on the other side, American parents eager to adopt often went into the process with blinders on.
I was given two bonnets — a petite version for indoors and a wide-brimmed beast that inhibited peripheral vision in the same way blinders do on a horse.
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Definition of blinder for English Language Learners
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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