- a social appointment or date arranged, usually by a third person, between two people who have not met.
- either of the participants in such an arrangement.
Origin of blind date
An Americanism dating back to 1920–25
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- a social meeting between two people who have not met before
- either of the persons involved
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Word Origin and History for blind date
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