Natural selection is a mechanical process with no foresight, which can only blindly favor short-term gain.
Because “incidents [like Guwahati] are a result of blindly aping the West.”
Media figures will be treated as blindly guilty for an indefinite time.
But for some reason, she “blindly took the pill for so long without questioning it.”
From the title on, Cheney the author seems hopelessly, blindly, foolishly, sloppily in love with his subject.
His thoughts now leaped to the end as blindly as they had shrunk from it before.
Had she shut the drawing-room window when she returned so blindly?
Sandy climbed down from the saddle, and waded about blindly in the shallow water, with groping hands.
My lawyer's sense tells me that you are wrong—foolishly, blindly wrong.
We marched loosely and blindly, and they came on us unawares.