blind side


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blind side

n.
1. The side on which one's vision, especially the peripheral vision, is limited or obstructed.
2. The side away from which one is directing one's attention.

blind side

n
1. (Rugby) rugby the side of the field between the scrum and the nearer touchline
2. the side on which a person's vision is obscured
vb
(tr) US to take (someone) by surprise

blind′ side`


n.
1. the part of one's field of vision, as to the side or rear, where one cannot see approaching objects.
2. the side opposite that toward which a person is looking.
[1600–10]

blind•side

(ˈblaɪndˌsaɪd)

v.t. -sid•ed, -sid•ing.
1. to hit or attack from the blind side.
2. to attack where a person is vulnerable.
[1970–75]

blind side

The side of the scrum nearest to touch.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blind side - the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed
side - a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location; "they always sat on the right side of the church"; "he never left my side"
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He got on the blind side of me; and now he has got on the blind side of
you were on the blind side of me and I saw you not.
He did not like to be approached on his blind side.
He caught the one-eyed elder on his blind side and ripped his ear into ribbons.
He is a quick, apprehensive knave, who sees his neighbours blind side, and knows how to keep the lee-gage when his passions are blowing high.
He made no offer of molestation or sociability, but kept aloof on one side of the road, jogging along on the blind side of old Gunpowder, who had now got over his fright and waywardness.
Sean Reidy bagged Ulster's second try midway through the half and Paul Marshall added the third, scoring down the big blind side of a scrum.
Keynote speaker for the event will be Leigh Anne Tuohy, inspirational subject of the record-breaking movie, The Blind Side , which chronicles her journey as foster mother to current NFL (National Football League) offensive tackle, Michael Oher.
In his column on Blind Side, he states, "a flat-sided hexagonal-shaped pellet that stacks in the shot cup, allowing more pellets per charge weight than round pellets.
Anyone who has tried Blind Side waterfowl loads can attest to the devastation wrought by the Hex Shot on ducks and geese.
Midway through The Blind Side (2009), there is a moment when an underlying theme emerges from beneath the film's smorgasbord of football, faith, and family values.
ref_=fn_al_tt_1) The Blind Side " book by Michael Lewis and movie -- took Oher into their home when he was just a teenager and introduced him to football, part of the reason he'll be competing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy in New Orleans.