A guard then grabbed the back of the blindfold and rammed his mouth into the edge of a table, knocking out all his front teeth.
Whenever I left the room I had ear muffs, handcuffs and a blindfold placed upon me.
My blindfold was not well secured, so I could see over the top.
In the morning his brother, who had been sleeping in an adjoining room, found him and removed the blindfold and cuffs.
Marie Fontenot was wearing a blindfold on the gruesome videotape that Rust found in Billy Lee Tuttle's safe.
She was glad when finally an order was given by Ricker to dismount and the blindfold was removed from their eyes.
Neither must you know at present; and therefore our first duty is to blindfold you.
Pappy saw the man he had been workin' for when he slipped the blindfold off his face, and he knowed him.
All this confirmed me in my determination to follow Mr. Titherington, blindfold.
blindfold them all, and set them loose, and you will catch them groping their way down Dame-street in half an hour.
1520s, alteration, by similarity to fold, of blindfelled (early 14c.), past participle of blindfellan "blindfold, cover the eyes (with a bandage, etc.)," also "to strike blind" (c.1200), from Old English (ge)blindfellian "to strike blind," from blind (adj.) + Anglian gefeollan "to strike down," as in to fell a tree (see fell (v.)). Related: Blindfolded; blindfolding.
1880, from blindfold (v.).