- a flashing warning light at traffic crossings
- a light for signaling messages in flashes
- two flaps on a bridle that keep the horse from seeing to the sides, esp. as worn by a racehorse that tends to shy
- a kind of goggles
to put blinkers on
- One that blinks, especially a light that blinks in order to convey a message or warning.
- blinkers See blinder.
transitive verbblink·ered, blink·er·ing, blink·ers
To put blinders on.
- Something that blinks, as the turn signal of an automobile.
- Eye shields attached to a hood for horses, to prevent them from seeing backwards and partially sideways.
- Whatever obstructs sight or discernment: WikiQuote
- (rare) Eyelid.
- (cellular automata) In Conway's Game of Life, an arrangement of three cells in a row that switches between horizontal and vertical orientations in each generation.
(third-person singular simple present blinkers, present participle blinkering, simple past and past participle blinkered)
- To put blinkers on.
- The farmer stopped to blinker his horse before getting into heavily trafficked area.