Green’s Dictionary of Slang

blind adv.1

[devoid of any external modification]

[late 19C+] utterly, completely.

In compounds

blind drunk (adj.) [SE in 20C]

[mid–late 19C] extremely drunk.

In phrases

go it blind (v.)

[late 19C+] to drink heavily; usu. of alcohol.

rob blind (v.)

[1930s+] to rob without restraint.

sell someone blind (v.)

[late 19C] to deceive, to defraud.

talk someone blind (v.) (also talk a glass eye to sleep)

[1910s+] (Aus./N.Z.) to overwhelm someone with talk, to bore someone.