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blinder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblinderblind‧er /ˈblaɪndə $ -ər/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 [singular] British English informalGOOD/EXCELLENT an excellent performance, especially in sport 🔊 He played an absolute blinder!2 blinders
Examples from the Corpus
blinderEven after the explosive scene with his doctor, Sternburg kept his blinders on.We are finally facing reality without ideological blinders.However, investment without a clear idea of the electronic commerce architecture being built would be akin to driving with blinders on.I planned to maintain a single-minded focus on my studies, to get through and excel-with blinders on.Too bad this version at the Ahmanson was mounted with blinders on.
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