Definition of 'blindly'
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People would follow them, blindly, and drive into rivers. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is unwise to blindly dismiss or accept the implementation of technology in our ministries. Christianity Today (2000)What manner of blindly optimistic fool could seek to challenge it? Times, Sunday Times (2009)He added that a business plan is essential but it is not something to be followed blindly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For us to follow so blindly is just absurd. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They learnt to rely on each other and to take note of their surroundings rather than following a parent blindly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We have blindly accepted anyone who wanted to come to Italy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And social workers blindly accepting the mother's seeming compliance as a sign that all was well. The Sun (2008)They followed him blindly, and it made no difference whether he was physically present or not. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The designers don't follow fashion blindly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Learn from that but don't blindly follow it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keeping things the same is good, if you would otherwise be blindly following the herd. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I think most modern women are too savvy to follow a look blindly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Without it, they can walk blindly into a relationship with a man with a secret history of brutality. The Sun (2011)And don't trust them blindly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Does he blindly follow them? Times, Sunday Times (2013)I blindly grope in my wife's handbag for her car keys. The Sun (2009)He did not blindly trust the troops who had done so much to shape victory against the All Blacks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'blindly'
British English: blindly ADVERB
If you say that someone does something blindly, you mean that they do it without having enough information, or without thinking about it.
Don't just blindly follow what the banker says.
Definition of blindly from the Collins English Dictionary
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