She alludes a lot to ambition and wanting fame, the kind of hard-nailed, blinkered ambition that drives actors and actresses.
Instead, he carried on with his blinkered views and remained an isolationist.
The blinkered black pony came up like a hawk, with two of his own side behind him, and Benami's eye glittered as he raced.
I trudge along like a traveller between high hedgerows; my heart is blinkered so that I am scarcely aware of landscapes.
But Telal was not so easily to be blinkered, and kept to his first judgment.
These blinkered letters, with only writing and no touch of live hands, convey so little.
in the figurative sense, 1867, from horses wearing blinkers to limit the range of their vision (see blinker).
1630s, "one who blinks," agent noun from blink (v.). As a type of horse eye screen to keep the animal looking straight ahead, from 1789. Slang meaning "the eye" is from 1816. Meaning "intermittent flashing light" is from 1923.