over blindly

blindly

[blahynd-lee]
adverb
1.
in a blind manner: We felt our way blindly through the black tunnel.
2.
without understanding, reservation, or objection; unthinkingly: They followed their leaders blindly.
3.
without continuation: The passage ended blindly 50 feet away.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English blindlīce; see blind, -ly

overblindly, adverb
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blindly

adverb
1. without seeing or looking; "he felt around his desk blindly" 
2. without preparation or reflection; without a rational basis; "they bought the car blindly"; "he picked a wife blindly" 
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