“Flying Blind” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Flying Blind

 


This expression is meant to describe a person who is uncertain, confused or wrong about something.

In other words, he is like a bird who doesn’t know in which direction he is flying. 

“Your answers,” said Rohit’s teacher to him, “show that you are flying blind. You had better go through this lesson again.”

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