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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.


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dazzle +‎ -ment


  • 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.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • * 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.

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  • 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.

    Binky Philips: Record Shopping During a Riot

  • Verblendung, Verdammnis, Vergebung wich means dazzlement, damnation, forgiveness (they refer to the devolopment of the main character(s)).

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  • Device placed around a lamp and destined to direct the light while protecting the eyes from dazzlement.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • This Christmas I am in New York for the general dazzlement and variety.

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  • 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.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: James Howard Kunstler: Blue Christmas


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