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able to do something blindfolded

 and able to do something standing on one's head
Fig. able to do something very easily, possibly without even looking. (Able to can be replaced with can.) Bill boasted that he could pass his driver's test blindfolded.
See also: able, blindfold

do blindfolded

Also, do standing on one's head. Perform very easily, as in Dave said he could do the income tax return blindfolded, or An excellent carpenter, he could do just about anything standing on his head. For a synonymous hyperbolic expression, see with one arm tied.
See also: blindfold
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Video analyses showed that kids given experience with a regular blindfold spent little time following the experimenter's presumed gaze, a sign that they assumed the blindfolded person couldn't see.
Along the way I told him to tell me to stop and I put a cone down - this was before I had any blindfold on.
It's not quite the blind leading the blind, but on June 2 at Roberto Clemente Field in Boston's historic Fenway neighborhood, sighted runners will have the unique opportunity to experience life as a visually impaired athlete as part of the Blindfold Challenge at the 2007 Vision 5K road race.
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2 people to spin chairs * 2 pencils * blindfold * stopwatch * 2 copies of 2 mazes of equal difficulty
Directed by Jeth Weinrich -- well known for his advertisements as well as music videos -- the commercials depict a blindfolded runner stumbling over hurdles and then removing the blindfold as a metaphor for the importance of checking one's credit before major purchases.
The person in the blindfold must then try and guess who it is from the sound.
Bus driver Joe Heron, from Gateshead, wears a blindfold alongside sight-impaired Peter Carling and his guide dog Willow, at Haymarket Bus Station, Newcastle PAUL NORRIS
IAN DOYLE reckons Ronnie O'Sullivan can beat half the field in the Betfair World Championship wearing a blindfold.
As well as the blindfold football tournament a free family fun day will be held, offering entertainment including music from bands, children's entertainments, a tombola, plus craft stalls and refreshments.
He said: "They handcuff me behind my back, blindfold me, walk me out into another room, and they kneel me down.
OUR WAY: Marton Manor Primary School teacher Adam Merritt helps guide pupils Max Ferreira and Andrew Rycroft, right, as they join others, below, on the blindfold walk held to draw attention to World Autism Awareness Day Pictures by IAN McINTYRE
A WOLVERHAMPTON charity is organising a two-day sponsored blindfold challenge to raise funds and awareness.