blind bend


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Noun1.blind bend - a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are drivingblind bend - a curve or bend in the road that you cannot see around as you are driving
bend, curve - curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc.)
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Prosecutors alleged Pattison overtook on a blind bend, forcing an Audi off the road and into the ditch.
The junction is situated on a blind bend and no entry signs were put in place for road safety reasons.
They told the jury on Monday that the vehicle was driving on the wrong side of the road as it overtook another car on a blind bend at Stronchrubie, on the A835 and A837 between Ledmore and Lochinver.
Jake Rogers, 22, had 10 speeding points when he overtook two cars on a blind bend on a 60mph stretch of road.
Wayne Brynley Rogers took a friend's car without his knowledge and went "joy riding" - at one stage overtaking two cars at speed while going into a blind bend.
Local councillor Graham Lambie said it was a matter of luck that there hadn't been more accidents at the blind bend, adding that he would like to see more investigation into the possibility of a reduction in speed limit and even a roundabout.
Magaret McKever Only this morning I saw a large Kirklees van parked on a blind bend which forced me onto the other side of the road.
A DRINK-DRIVING cabbie sped down the wrong side of the road and overtook on a blind bend as he tried to shake off his pursuers - an offduty police officer and his family.
The pair were travelling at around 20-26mph when the 41-year-old father approached a blind bend on a steep hill near Combe Martin, North Devon.
I'd like to think that when I pray My longings fly right Home, But there's a blind bend in the road, And I feel so alone.
We came towards a blind bend when around came an enormous dark brown hound-type dog.