Definition of Blindsided

1. Verb. (past of blindside) ¹



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Definition of Blindsided

1. blindside [v] - See also: blindside

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blindsided

blinding
blinding disease
blinding glare
blindingly
blindingness
blindings
blindless
blindly
blindman's bluff
blindman's buff
blindman's holiday
blindness
blindnesses
blinds
blindside
blindsided (current term)
blindsides
blindsiding
blindsight
blindspot
blindspots
blindstories
blindstory
blindworm
blindworms
bling
bling bling
blinged
blingier
blingiest

Literary usage of Blindsided

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1. Climate Change: Debating America's Policy Options by David G. Victor (2004)
"... years—perhaps the biggest danger is that we become single-minded about this threat and let ourselves be blindsided by other problems and opportunities. ..."

2. Command and Control for War and Peace by Thomas P. Coakley, DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"Even the best technology will not always be enough to keep us from being blindsided as a result of such mistakes or of policy errors. ..."

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