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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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The Sandra Bullock-led film sparked the trend of people wearing blindfolds while trying to navigate their way around inside and outside.
While carrying her child, Pokwang said they will watch the film blindfolded.
[USA], Jan 03 ( ANI ): Following the release of Netflix's 'Bird Box,' the streaming service has appealed to viewers to not take part in a challenge which involves people putting blindfolds on themselves.
Netflix urges people not to try Bird Box Challenge' !-- -- ( - January 3, 2019 - 12:07pm MANILA, Philippines The popularity of thriller "Bird Box" prompted fans to take their love for the movie to the next levelby doing mundane tasks while wearing blindfolds.
HE'S known as The Stuntrunner - an international athlete who blindfolds himself, then runs through blade and fireball hoops.
Blindfolds and aprons were distributed to all guests, after which ushers and volunteers guided them to their seats where dinner was served in the dark.
"Everyone loved the idea and so we purchased 20 blindfolds which will allow us to give 200 to 300 people the chance to have that unique experience of riding in the "dark".
WITH blindfolds in place, these bus drivers got a taste of what it is like for their passengers with sight problems.
Bag straps, for instance, serve as blindfolds placed across the eyes of characters.
Surely a rule should be introduced whereby the starter doesn't let them go until at least five seconds after all blindfolds have been dispensed with.
Another shows her smiling at the camera with three Palestinian men with bound hands and blindfolds behind her.
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 seven pupils of Marton Manor Primary School wore blindfolds to complete the woodland walk in Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, as part of World Autism Awareness Day.
Children were then randomly assigned to receive no more play time or to play a game in which an experimenter periodically held either of two black blindfolds in front of the children's eyes and asked them to point out certain toys.