Definitions

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  • v. To dazzle or disorient

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent

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Examples

  • The video embedded at the link above touches on another long-forgotten piece of history: a sketch of the photographers who captured arial views of assemblages of tens of thousands of soldiers returning from WW-I, carefully choreographed and arranged to form a Liberty Bell, a Stature of Liberty, a US flag ... as forgotten as the origin of the WW-I term razzle-dazzle.

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  • Ambitious dessert eaters can order a "razzle" - a blend of yogurt with toppings - or a sundae served atop a made-to-order Belgian waffle.

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  • It's the kind of razzle dazzle Blagojevich never understood.

    David Ormsby: Quinn Is Both Frugal and Generous

  • Then an unseen computer effects some kind of razzle-dazzle and selects nine of the 14 marks to compose the skater's scores; even the judges don't know whose scores went into the final tally.

    Starr Gazing: The Problem With Figure Skating

  • In any case, a Spider-Man live show can't compete with the kind of razzle-dazzle spectacle offered up in the hero's last three movie hits.

    Culture | guardian.co.uk

  • Players can also tilt their guitar up sharply to get more bonuses or "razzle" their opponent in power dual mode.

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  • What makes the Oscar-winning razzle-dazzle specialist a shoe-in to direct Breaking Dawn over other rumored contenders Sofia Coppola and Gus Van Sant?

    Twilight Lexicon » FearNet: Why Bill Condon Could Be Good For Breaking Dawn

  • Johnson, on the other hand, with his razzle-dazzle style, had captured America's imagination, in many ways overshadowing Bird.

    Bird-Magic showdown of 1979 was start of something special

  • The show begins with a group of razzle-dazzle, take-no-prisoners Hoylands — including the Luries 'first acquisition of his work, the muscular "Devilaya 28.12.77" (1977) — that remind us how much he learned from Hans Hofmann about creating space with astringent color and prepare us for the intense energy of the rest of the exhibition.

    Channeling American Abstraction

  • Going on their air on a regular basis and lending your name and reputation to their ideological razzle-dazzle is like agreeing to be the regular kulak guest columnist at Pravda in 1929.

    Juan Williams, axed

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