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Synonyms for blindfold

a cloth used to cover the eyes

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cover the eyes of (someone) to prevent him from seeing

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wearing a blindfold

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Bus driver Joe Heron, from Gateshead, wears a blindfold alongside sight-impaired Peter Carling and his guide dog Willow, at Haymarket Bus Station, Newcastle PAUL NORRIS
INTENSIVE Caoimhe stuns Dean when she turns up in sexy nurse outfit TEASED Next blindfold to excite chef BADJ NUDES Dean meets Wayne and Pete GONE Clothes nicked SMILE Caoimhe watches as stripped Dean awaits reward
OUR WAY: Marton Manor Primary School teacher Adam Merritt helps guide pupils Max Ferreira and Andrew Rycroft, right, as they join others, below, on the blindfold walk held to draw attention to World Autism Awareness Day Pictures by IAN McINTYRE
In their experiments, blocking the vision of 1-year-olds with a blindfold led the youngsters to appreciate that a blindfolded adult couldn't see toys on a table, an insight that usually eludes 1-year-olds.
The blindfolds remain, if only symbolically, until we begin to act, yes, as if "No Human Being Is Illegal.
This game is similar to miniature golf with three players per hole; equipment needed includes a "bowling-type" ball, five-gallon buckets/garbage cans, and blindfolds.
BLINDFOLDS READY: Fund-raisers (from left) Joanne Kibler, Mohammed Konane, Joanne Ford, Colin Taylor, Mark Grech, Lee Crowley, and Blair Battersby.
The sex beast, who binds and blindfolds his victims, has struck at least six times in the past two years but officers investigating the rapes in the south Birmingham and Nuneaton areas believe more women may have been accosted.
investigators on Thursday stacked up rows of blindfolds on a muddy hillside, powerful evidence that beneath them lay the victims of an ethnic massacre.
They are, at once, the intimate version of his large sculptures, but made entirely of humble materials--wire, cardboard, blindfolds, industrial paint, and found objects--and the presentation of the formless through a play of materials that constitutes, above all, a political statement.
We tried with the blindfolds on and, make no mistake, it's just amazing what they're able to do.
Astral Charmer Time to ban blindfolds Re the incident at Musselburgh on Monday, it's not the first time a blindfolded horse has collided with a racegoer.
But after Ofsted's endorsement, the blindfolds will almost certainly be used again.
TOP trainer Mark Johnston has called for a change in the rules relating to horses wearing blindfolds at the start of a race.
The brains behind the scheme, Derek Peacock, says company bosses throughout Scotland are forking out to sign up the services of his team, who use ropes and blindfolds in their games.