Blindly [adverb]

Definition of Blindly:

without direction, purpose

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Sentence/Example of Blindly:

It seemed to free her of a responsibility which she had blindly assumed and for which Fate had not fitted her.

He went blindly down the street, turned at the corner and sought a quiet place, a livery barn.

For Heaven's sake, my dear, good sir, do not rush blindly upon destruction.

Regarded her blindly for a moment, and then, dropped limply back from where he had risen, dead.

But in spite of this the neglect rankled, and from that day he was no longer the blindly devoted follower of Napoleon.

The sweat of death was already on his brow as he reeled sideways, plunging blindly across the uneven tufts of grass.

Many persons, while they may blindly accept the fact that the earth is a sphere, do not think of it as having that form.

During all the years I knew him, he never once submitted blindly to any influence, nor swore by anyone in verba magistri.

He, who had never yet fallen beneath a woman's thraldom, resolved not to enter blindly the net she had spread for him.

When the young lady, on Lanzi's recommendation, left the venta, she rode blindly along the first path that presented itself.