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Definition of "blindside" [blindside]

  • A driver's field of blindness around an automobile; the side areas behind the driver. (noun)
  • The space on the side of the pitch with the shorter distance between the breakdown/set piece and the touchline; compare openside. (noun)
  • Short for blindside flanker, a position in rugby union, usually number 6. (noun)
  • To catch off guard; to take by surprise. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "blindside" in a sentence
  • "Williams, who protects McNabb's blindside, is eager to play in a must win game for the struggling Redskins."
  • "There are two types of 'blindside' - blindsiding an enemy during one of their attacks seems to make the duration last longer, rather than blindsiding them as they approach your character."
  • "This blow hit with all the unforeseen and devastating force of a blindside, which is what it was."