Etymology
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blindly (adv.)

"in a blind manner; without sight; without reasoning," Old English blindlice; see blind (adj.) + -ly (2).

updated on June 09, 2017

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Definitions of blindly from WordNet

blindly (adv.)
without seeing or looking;
he felt around his desk blindly
blindly (adv.)
without preparation or reflection; without a rational basis;
he picked a wife blindly
they bought the car blindly
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