blinder

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blinder

  1. comparative form of blind: more blind

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blinder (plural blinders)

  1. Something that blinds
  2. a bag or cloth put over the head of a difficult horse while it is being handled or mounted
  3. A screen attached to a horse's bridle preventing it from being able to see things to its side.
  4. (UK, slang) An exceptional performance
    He played a blinder this afternoon on the cricket ground.

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blinder

  1. to armor; to reinforce

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blinder

  1. comparative form of blind