1 Tom slipped out in good season with his aunt's old tin lantern, and a large towel to blindfold it with.
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2 The general's carriage was ready, but the president told him it was impossible for him to use it, since it was useless to blindfold the master if the coachman knew through what streets he went.
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3 If I had been tossed down blindfold on that red prairie, I should have known that it was spring.
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4 The next-door girls put some saucers on the table and then led the children up to the table, blindfold.
5 Our body is like a perfect watch that should go for a certain time; the watchmaker cannot open it, he can only adjust it by fumbling, and that blindfold.
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6 , "here's the blindfold and here are the scales."
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7 Then I noticed a small sketch in oils, on a panel, representing a woman, draped and blindfolded, carrying a lighted torch.
8 Imagine a blindfolded man set to drive a van over a bad road.
9 But the swords were drawn back from him and he was at once blindfolded again.
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10 With hurried hands the soldiers blindfolded them, drawing the sacks over their heads, and bound them to the post.
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11 Franz went in with his eyes blindfolded, and was waited on by mutes and by women to whom Cleopatra was a painted strumpet.
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12 There were some peculiarities here and there, it is true, but they were not noticed; one of the interested parties had his eyes blindfolded by love, the others by the six hundred thousand francs.
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