blindly: Associated Words
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  • flailed
    • noun an implement consisting of handle with a free swinging stick at the end; used in manual threshing
    • verb give a thrashing to; beat hard
      thrash; lam; thresh.

  • obeying
    • verb be obedient to

  • scrabbled
    • noun an aimless drawing
      scribble; doodle.
    • noun a board game in which words are formed from letters in patterns similar to a crossword puzzle; each letter has a value and those values are used to score the game

  • peccant
    • adjective satellite liable to sin
      peccable.
      • a frail and peccable mortal"- Sir Walter Scott

  • stumbled
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; lurch.
    • noun an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
      trip-up; misstep; trip.
      • he recited the whole poem without a single trip
      • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later
      • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep

  • aping
    • noun any of various primates with short tails or no tail at all
    • noun someone who copies the words or behavior of another
      aper; copycat; imitator; emulator.

  • stumbles
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; lurch.
    • noun an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
      trip-up; misstep; trip.
      • he recited the whole poem without a single trip
      • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later
      • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep

  • obedient
    • adjective dutifully complying with the commands or instructions of those in authority; the refractory remain unburdened"- Edmund Burke
      • an obedient soldier
      • obedient children
      • a little man obedient to his wife
      • the obedient colonies...are heavily taxed

  • fumbled
    • noun (sports) dropping the ball
      muff.
    • verb feel about uncertainly or blindly
      grope.
      • She groped for her glasses in the darkness of the bedroom

  • trusting
    • adjective inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
      trustful.
      • great brown eye, true and trustful"- Nordhoff & Hall
    • verb have confidence or faith in
      rely; trust; bank; swear.
      • We can trust in God
      • Rely on your friends
      • bank on your good education
      • I swear by my grandmother's recipes

  • stumble
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; lurch.
    • noun an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
      trip-up; misstep; trip.
      • he recited the whole poem without a single trip
      • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later
      • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep

  • trustful
    • adjective inclined to believe or confide readily; full of trust
      trusting.
      • great brown eye, true and trustful"- Nordhoff & Hall

  • blundered
    • noun an embarrassing mistake
      botch; boo-boo; flub; blooper; foul-up; pratfall; boner; fuckup; bungle; bloomer.
    • verb commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake
      drop the ball; goof; boob; sin.
      • I blundered during the job interview

  • aped
    • noun any of various primates with short tails or no tail at all
    • noun someone who copies the words or behavior of another
      aper; copycat; imitator; emulator.

  • stumbling
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; lurch.
    • noun an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
      trip-up; misstep; trip.
      • he recited the whole poem without a single trip
      • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later
      • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep

  • obeys
    • verb be obedient to

  • fumbling
    • adjective satellite showing lack of skill or aptitude
      clumsy; bungling; incompetent.
      • a bungling workman
      • did a clumsy job
      • his fumbling attempt to put up a shelf
    • verb feel about uncertainly or blindly
      grope; fumble.
      • She groped for her glasses in the darkness of the bedroom

  • obeyed
    • verb be obedient to

  • scrabbling
    • noun an aimless drawing
      scribble; doodle.
    • noun a board game in which words are formed from letters in patterns similar to a crossword puzzle; each letter has a value and those values are used to score the game

  • imitating
    • verb reproduce someone's behavior or looks
      copy; simulate.
      • The mime imitated the passers-by
      • Children often copy their parents or older siblings
    • verb appear like, as in behavior or appearance
      • Life imitate art

  • swatted
    • noun a sharp blow
    • verb hit swiftly with a violent blow
      • Swat flies

  • infatuated
    • adjective satellite marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness
      smitten; taken with; enamored; potty; in love; soft on.
      • gaga over the rock group's new album
      • he was infatuated with her
    • verb arouse unreasoning love or passion in and cause to behave in an irrational way
      infatuate.
      • His new car has infatuated him
      • love has infatuated her

  • staggers
    • noun a disease of the central nervous system affecting especially horses and cattle; characterized by an unsteady swaying gait and frequent falling
      blind staggers.
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; lurch; stumble.

  • entrusts
    • verb confer a trust upon
      confide; trust; intrust; commit.
      • The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret
      • I commit my soul to God
    • verb put into the care or protection of someone
      leave.
      • He left the decision to his deputy
      • leave your child the nurse's care

  • fumble
    • noun (sports) dropping the ball
      muff.
    • verb feel about uncertainly or blindly
      grope.
      • She groped for her glasses in the darkness of the bedroom

  • venerates
    • verb regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
      fear; revere; reverence.
      • Fear God as your father
      • We venerate genius

  • flailing
    • noun an implement consisting of handle with a free swinging stick at the end; used in manual threshing
    • verb give a thrashing to; beat hard
      thrash; lam; thresh.

  • wove
    • noun pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
    • verb interlace by or as if by weaving
      interweave.

  • careered
    • noun the particular occupation for which you are trained
      vocation; calling.
    • noun the general progression of your working or professional life
      life history.
      • the general had had a distinguished career
      • he had a long career in the law

  • lunging
    • noun the act of moving forward suddenly
      lurch.
    • noun (fencing) an attacking thrust made with one foot forward and the back leg straight and with the sword arm outstretched forward
      passado; straight thrust.

  • idolize
    • verb love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol
      idolise; hero-worship; worship; revere.
      • Many teenagers idolized the Beatles

  • hurtle
    • verb move with or as if with a rushing sound
      • The cars hurtled by
    • verb make a thrusting forward movement
      lunge; thrust; hurl.

  • idolized
    • adjective satellite regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
      adored; worshipped; idolised.
      • adored grandchildren
      • an idolized wife
    • verb love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol
      idolise; hero-worship; worship; revere; idolize.
      • Many teenagers idolized the Beatles

  • staggered
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      lurch; stumble.
    • verb walk as if unable to control one's movements
      swag; lurch; keel; careen; reel.
      • The drunken man staggered into the room

  • staring
    • adjective satellite (used of eyes) open and fixed as if in fear or wonder
      agaze.
      • staring eyes
    • verb look at with fixed eyes
      stare; gaze.
      • The students stared at the teacher with amazement

  • accepting
    • adjective satellite tolerating without protest
      • always more accepting of coaching suggestion than her teammates
      • the atmosphere was judged to be more supporting and accepting
    • verb consider or hold as true
      accept.
      • I cannot accept the dogma of this church
      • accept an argument

  • automatons
    • noun someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
      zombie; zombi.
      • only an automaton wouldn't have noticed
    • noun a mechanism that can move automatically
      golem; robot.

  • chauvinistic
    • adjective of or relating to persons convinced of the superiority of their own gender or kind
    • adjective satellite fanatically patriotic
      jingoistic; nationalistic; superpatriotic; ultranationalistic; flag-waving.

  • clawing
    • noun sharp curved horny process on the toe of a bird or some mammals or reptiles
    • noun a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something
      hook.

  • obey
    • verb be obedient to

  • blundering
    • noun an embarrassing mistake
      botch; boo-boo; flub; blooper; foul-up; pratfall; boner; fuckup; bungle; bloomer.
    • verb commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake
      drop the ball; goof; boob; sin.
      • I blundered during the job interview

  • forded
    • noun United States film maker (1896-1973)
      John Ford.
    • noun grandson of Henry Ford (1917-1987)
      Henry Ford II.

  • stared
    • noun (astronomy) a celestial body of hot gases that radiates energy derived from thermonuclear reactions in the interior
    • noun someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
      mavin; champion; ace; genius; wizard; sensation; virtuoso; maven; adept; whiz; superstar; hotshot; whizz; wiz.

  • optimistic
    • adjective expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds
      • in an optimistic mood
      • optimistic plans
      • took an optimistic view
    • adjective satellite expecting the best
      affirmative.
      • an affirmative outlook

  • lunged
    • noun the act of moving forward suddenly
      lurch.
    • noun (fencing) an attacking thrust made with one foot forward and the back leg straight and with the sword arm outstretched forward
      passado; straight thrust.

  • adoring
    • adjective satellite showing adoration
      worshipful.
    • verb love intensely
      adore.
      • he just adored his wife

  • stagger
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      lurch; stumble.
    • verb walk as if unable to control one's movements
      swag; lurch; keel; careen; reel.
      • The drunken man staggered into the room

  • hurtling
    • verb move with or as if with a rushing sound
      • The cars hurtled by
    • verb make a thrusting forward movement
      lunge; thrust; hurl.

  • adhering
    • verb be compatible or in accordance with
      • You must adhere to the rules
    • verb follow through or carry out a plan without deviation
      • They adhered to their plan

  • staggering
    • adjective satellite so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
      astonishing; stupefying; astounding.
      • such an enormous response was astonishing
      • an astounding achievement
      • the amount of money required was staggering
      • suffered a staggering defeat
      • the figure inside the boucle dress was stupefying
    • verb walk as if unable to control one's movements
      swag; lurch; stagger; keel; careen; reel.
      • The drunken man staggered into the room

  • credulous
    • adjective disposed to believe on little evidence
      • the gimmick would convince none but the most credulous
    • adjective satellite showing a lack of judgment or experience
      • so credulous he believes everything he reads

  • lurching
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; stumble.
    • noun a decisive defeat in a game (especially in cribbage)

  • programmed
    • noun a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished
      plan; programme.
      • they drew up a six-step plan
      • they discussed plans for a new bond issue
    • noun a system of projects or services intended to meet a public need
      programme.
      • he proposed an elaborate program of public works
      • working mothers rely on the day care program

  • stampeding
    • noun a headlong rush of people on a common impulse
      • when he shouted `fire' there was a stampede to the exits
    • noun a wild headlong rush of frightened animals (horses or cattle)

  • prejudiced
    • adjective satellite emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices
    • verb disadvantage by prejudice
      prejudice.

  • tottered
    • verb move without being stable, as if threatening to fall
      • The drunk man tottered over to our table
    • verb walk unsteadily
      waddle; paddle; coggle; dodder; toddle.
      • small children toddle

  • plunging
    • noun a brief swim in water
      dip.
    • noun a steep and rapid fall

  • submissive
    • adjective inclined or willing to submit to orders or wishes of others or showing such inclination
      • submissive servants
      • a submissive reply
      • replacing troublemakers with more submissive people
    • adjective satellite abjectly submissive; characteristic of a slave or servant
      subservient; slavish.
      • slavish devotion to her job ruled her life
      • a slavish yes-man to the party bosses"- S.H.Adams
      • she has become submissive and subservient

  • lurched
    • noun an unsteady uneven gait
      stagger; stumble.
    • noun a decisive defeat in a game (especially in cribbage)

  • confiding
    • adjective satellite willing to entrust personal matters
      • first she was suspicious, then she became confiding
    • verb reveal in private; tell confidentially
      confide.



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