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[blahynd-sahyd] /ˈblaɪndˌsaɪd/
verb (used with object), blindsided, blindsiding.
Sports. to tackle, hit, or attack (an opponent) from the blind side:
The quarterback was blindsided and had the ball knocked out of his hand.
Informal. to attack critically where a person is vulnerable, uninformed, etc.:
The president was blindsided by the press on the latest tax bill.
Origin of blindside
1970-75; v. use of noun phrase blind side Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The findings are the latest to blindside the traditional wisdom that adults cannot acquire vision they never had.
  • One of them is the elimination of blindside helmet-to-helmet blocks.
  • We will not knowingly blindside one another in public and will contact staff prior to a meeting with any questions or issues.

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