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steal someone blind

Definition of steal someone blind in English:

informal Rob or cheat someone in a comprehensive or merciless way.
Example sentences
  • I'm 88 years old, and he stole me blind over Social Security.
  • Even as the bandits and kidnappers find creatively hideous ways of ‘earning’ a better living, we have among us corporate crooks who are stealing us blind.
  • The fear he inspires is not that he will steal you blind and corrupt your morals.
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