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blind·fold·ed (blaɪndfəʊldɪd) adjective. 1. wearing a blindfold; covering the eyes with or as if with a bandage. 2. prevented from seeing and especially from comprehending.   às·ce·gas 12 raisins, 12 wishes, a handful of resolutions, 12 months to fulfil them all. Even so, the only sure thing about the future is that it always follows a present. Everything else is just jumping blindfolded. And you make plans, draw diagrams, write notes on post-its […]