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blindfolded

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adjective blind·fold·ed \ ˈblīn(d)-ˌfōl-dəd \

Definition of blindfolded

:wearing a blindfold
  • a blindfolded prisoner

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First Known Use of blindfolded

1579


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blindfolded

adverb

Definition of blindfolded

:with the eyes covered by a blindfold
  • was led blindfolded into the woods
  • could do it blindfolded [=could do it very easily]

First Known Use of blindfolded

1654



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