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blindly

adverb uk   us   /ˈblaɪnd.li/

blindly adverb (NOT SEEING)

not able to see or not noticing what is around you: The room was completely dark and I fumbled blindly for the door.

blindly adverb (NOT THINKING)

not thinking about or understanding what you are doing: They just blindly followed orders.
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