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eff and blind

Definition of eff and blind in English:

British informal Use expletives; swear: I scrabbled for my clothes, effing and blinding
[blind from its use in expletives such as blind me (see blimey)]
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  • Far better, then, to get a whole bunch of ordinary people for him to humiliate and eff and blind at instead.
  • They never get in trouble when they eff and blind at home.
  • He used to eff and blind at me but he was a superb coach.
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