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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dazzle.
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- adj. stupefied or dizzied by something overpowering
- adj. having vision overcome temporarily by or as if by intense light
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The label dazzled with a collection that, though starker than in seasons past, felt spot on.
It blazed like a star above Simon’s eyes as he brushed his fingers across his forehead, his expression dazzled and confused.
VANCOUVER South Korea's Kim Yu-Na dazzled from the big air of her opening jumps to the blurring spin of her finish to win a historic gold medal with more record-smashing scores.
There one got dazzled from the abundance of rarities and all possible art and souvenir products relating to Jack London.
Caitlin dazzled Vix from the start, sweeping her into the heart of the unruly Somers family, into a world of privilege, adventure, and sexual daring.
This literary Trilby would often appear seated on piles of books, and with hooked fingers would point out with a grin of malice two yellow volumes whose title dazzled the eyes.
As the New Yorker piece showed, one portion of the GOP elite selected her because they were "dazzled"; a larger subset of the GOP elite despise her and the empty populism she represents.
In an interview, Egyptian Tele-Islamist, `Amru Khalid, said that when he spoke recently in the US, his ideas "dazzled" Kissinger.
I think I was partly kind of dazzled by what I was reading in the press, in my city job in London, in front of my computer, thinking can I be off to China.
The white heat blazed everywhere, and "dazzled" across light-coloured surfaces -- dead white trees, fence-posts, and sand-heaps, like an endless swarm of bees passing in the sun's glare.
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