one that or what blinks
- a blinking light on an auto that indicates the way in which the vehicle is approximately to show
- put blinders on (a horse)
- blind comprising a leather eyepatch sewn sideways of this halter that stops a horse from witnessing one thing on either side
- a light that flashes on and off; made use of as an indication or even deliver messages
- One who, or whatever, blinks.
- A blinder for horses; a flap of leather on a horse's bridle to prevent him from seeing things as his side hence, whatever obstructs picture or discernment.
- a type of goggles, used to protect the eyes type glare, etc.
1630s, "one which blinks," broker noun from blink (v.). As a form of horse-eye screen to keep your pet searching right ahead, from 1789. Slang definition "the attention" is from 1816. Indicating "intermittent flashing light" is from 1923.
- way signal [Br.]
- signal [Br.]
- turn signal [Am.]
- winker [blinker light]
- spoon-bait [angling]
- spoon appeal [angling]
(n.) One that, or that which, blinks.
- (n.) A blinder for ponies; a flap of leather-based on a horse's bridle to avoid him from seeing things as his part therefore, whatever obstructs sight or discernment.
- (pl.) Some sort of goggles, used to protect the eyes type glare, etc.
The blinker lit up and the car pulled into a spot.