Word:

blindside

v. t.1.to attack a person from his blind side; metaphorically, to give a person an unpleasant suprise.
Verb1.blindside - catch unawares, especially with harmful consequences; "The economic downturn blindsided many investors"
2.blindside - attack or hit on or from the side where the attacked person's view is obstructed
surprise
Browse
blind stitching
Blind tooling
blind trust
Blind wall
Blindage
blinded
Blinder
Blindfish
Blindfold
blindfolded
Blinding
Blindly
blindman's bluff
Blindman's buff
Blindman's holiday
Blindness
-- blindside --
Blindstory
Blindworm
blini
Blink
blink away
Blink beer
blink of an eye
Blink-eyed
Blinkard
blinkenlights
Blinker
blinking
blinking chickweed
blinks
blintz
blintze
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