blindsighted vs blindsided :

blindsighted vs blindsided

blindsighted or blindsided

To hit or attack (an opponent) from their blind side is to blindside him. The 2008 stock market crash blindsided many investors. "Blindsighted" is a misspelling. "Blindsided" is correct.

Blindsided means to attack or assault from someone's vulnerable position or where they could least expect or uninformed.

"Ann divulged that although she was blindsided by the new development, she's still happy with it."

Blindsighted is a misspelling of the actual word, blindsided. It has been utilized by several article writers, story writers and pressmen in their attempts for punning or rhyming headlines.

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  • Karin Slaughter talks to fans about latest book as part of author series
    PEACHTREE CORNERS -- Karin Slaughter wanted to be a writer ever since she could remember.. After high school, she started to hone her skills and set a goal to have her first book published by the age of 30. And that's exactly what she did, getting her first book, "Blindsighted
    July 7, 2013 - Gwinnett Daily Post

  • Antoine Winfield eyes Super Bowl with Seahawks
    Antoine Winfield soured on the Minnesota Vikings after being blindsided by his release in March. Find out why he ended up accepting a lesser role on the Seattle Seahawks.
    June 13, 2013 -
  • For some fans, it’s ‘In Bill Belichick we trust’
    Patriots fans — blindsided by the news that Lord-praising but oft-failing quarterback Tim Tebow and the media frenzy he wears like a cloak are coming to Foxboro — put their faith in the mystic wisdom of Bill Belichick to justify the unorthodox preseason acquisition. “I’m not the expert. In Bill we trust,” said Mike Schuster of Foxboro, the Pats’ 1999 Fan of the Year — who admitted he’s no Tebow ...
    June 11, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Putting sex offenders in their place
    Kimberly's Tracy Wittmann felt blindsided when she found out that a registered sex offender had moved into her neighborhood.
    June 9, 2013 - The Appleton Post-Crescent