- fitted with blinkers: said of a horse
- limited as a result of narrow-mindedness, delusion, etc.
Subjective and limited, as in viewpoint or perception: “The characters have a blinkered view and, misinterpreting what they see, sometimes take totally inexpedient action” (Pauline Kael).
(comparative more blinkered, superlative most blinkered)
- Simple past tense and past participle of blinker.