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blind lacking the ability to see; sightless. [12 definitions]
blind alley an alley or passageway with one end closed off; cul-de-sac. [2 definitions]
blind as a bat barely able to see.
blind date a date arranged between two people who have been previously unacquainted. [2 definitions]
blinder (pl.) a set of flaps on a horse's bridle near the eyes, that prevent vision to the side. [2 definitions]
blindfold to cover the eyes with a strip of cloth or bandage. [4 definitions]
blinding emitting or reflecting a powerful bright light; dazzling. [3 definitions]
blindly in a blind or unseeing manner. [2 definitions]
blindman's buff a game, usu. played by children, in which one blindfolded player tries to catch and identify one of several other players, who then puts on the blindfold.
blind side the side opposite to the direction in which one is looking.
blindside to hit or attack (someone, esp. a football player) from an unanticipated direction.
blind spot a small area in the eye, where the optic nerve enters the retina, that is insensitive to light. [4 definitions]
blind trust complete, unquestioning confidence in another person. [2 definitions]
blini small, thin buckwheat pancakes served with caviar and sour cream.
blink to close and open the eyes very quickly, usu. involuntarily; wink. [10 definitions]
blinker a flashing light, esp. one used on a vehicle to indicate the direction of a turn, or one used as a traffic signal. [2 definitions]
blintz a thin pancake folded to enclose a fruit or cheese filling.
blip a bright spot on a radar screen, used as an indicator. [5 definitions]
bliss extreme or supreme happiness. [2 definitions]
blister a thin, bubble-like swelling of the outer skin, resulting from a burn or other injury and containing fluid. [5 definitions]
blistering extremely hot. [2 definitions]