Sentence example with the word 'dazzle'

dazzle

addle, beguile, burn, diffuse light, excecate, fog, gouge, maze, put out, splash, upset

Definition n. brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily

Last update: October 30, 2015

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She was dazzled by the bright headlights.   [verb]

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Ron Perlman 's performance will linger in the memory, and del Toro 's razzle-dazzle makes the film breathtaking in its beauty.   [verb]

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Phil Gates returned to again dazzle with his shimmering pop brilliance, exemplified in " Rainbow Days ".   [verb]

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He was schooled to shine and dazzle, to excel all compeers in the graces men and women admire.   [verb]

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All this gaiety and splendour, this movement and brightness, astonished and dazzled her.   [verb]

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When he had thus announced his liberal intention, the crafty chief arose, and gravely spread his presents before the dazzled eyes of his hosts.   [verb]

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At the Abbey the eye was dazzled, the mind was bewildered, by an excess of splendour--an over-much of everything gorgeous or beautiful.   [verb]

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But he was a King, a crowned and anointed King, and even Angela, who was less frivolous and shallow than most women, stood before him abashed and dazzled.   [verb]

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"I doubt if the King ever forgave those fêtes at Vaux, which were designed to dazzle Mademoiselle la Vallière, whom this man had the presumption to love."   [verb]

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