blinkered

[ bling-kerd ]
/ ˈblɪŋ kərd /

adjective

narrow-minded and subjective; unwilling to understand another viewpoint.
having blinkers on; fitted with blinkers.

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un·blink·ered, adjective

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Definition for blinkered (2 of 2)

blinker
[ bling-ker ]
/ ˈblɪŋ kər /

noun

a device for flashing light signals.
a light that flashes intermittently, especially one that serves as a traffic signal.
either of two leather flaps on a bridle, to prevent a horse from seeing sideways; a blinder.

verb (used with object)

to put blinkers on.

Origin of blinker

First recorded in 1630–40; blink + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for blinkered (1 of 2)

blinkered
/ (ˈblɪŋkəd) /

adjective

considering only a narrow point of view
(of a horse) wearing blinkers

British Dictionary definitions for blinkered (2 of 2)

blinker
/ (ˈblɪŋkə) /

noun

a flashing light for sending messages, as a warning device, etc, such as a direction indicator on a road vehicle
(often plural) a slang word for eye 1

verb (tr)

to provide (a horse) with blinkers
to obscure with or as if with blinkers
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