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- n. A burst or flash of light; a cause of dazzling.
- n. The condition of being dazzled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Dazzling flash, glare, or burst of light.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or power of dazzling; dazzling effect.
- n. That which dazzles.
She is not the woman for whose be-dazzlement I must advertise the value of my goods by sweating sonnets to her, or shivering serenades at her, or perpetuating follies for her.
* GASP* There lick was lovable as great as awkward as great as we could see the dazzlement in Bella's face as great as the strugglelust in Edward's face.
Graham asked, glad that she must still talk for a while, enabling him to study the quick dazzlement of smile that played upon her face.
Nor did he fail to startle and thrill to a dazzlement of smile and teeth and eye that frequently lived its life in her face.
She remained in the hall, which to her simply fancy seemed to be the guest-room -- the show-place wherein were arrayed all the household treasures with the frank purpose of parade and dazzlement.
Suddenly, through my dazzlement, I realized that "Kim" was now staring back at me, narrow-eyed, with real menace.
Verblendung, Verdammnis, Vergebung wich means dazzlement, damnation, forgiveness (they refer to the devolopment of the main character(s)).
Device placed around a lamp and destined to direct the light while protecting the eyes from dazzlement.
This Christmas I am in New York for the general dazzlement and variety.
It seemed to me that they were applauding the sheer computerized dazzlement of the show -- but in the story itself they had just watched the US suffer a humiliating defeat on a distant planet.
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