Definition of "unblind" [un•blind]

  • To free from blindness (real or metaphorical) (verb)
  • To remove the secrecy from (a bid). (verb)

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Use "unblind" in a sentence
  • "Of course they are influenced by those 'unblind' wine notes!"
  • "In the old Prodgy days he claimed he had “trained” himself to filter our any possible influence when tasting unblind."
  • "And the fact he later tasted their new wines unblind and (what a surprise) loved them?"