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- v. Present participle of dazzle.
- adj. Shining intensely.
- adj. Splendid; brilliant
- adj. Superlative; astounding
- n. The action of the verb to dazzle; dazzlement
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- adj. amazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning
- adj. shining intensely
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He breathed; and, lost in dazzling darkness, prayed –
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Agatha'll like California, he thought, calling to his mind visions of roses in dazzling sunshine and the wealth of flowers that bloomed the twelve months round.
Then the orchestra strikes up the song currently associated with the star who, blushing faintly, glides swanlike to her table, skin dazzling, diamonds winking, profile at the proper tilt.
The homepage of the famed Kentucky Derby is a website in dazzling full flower of features.
Her outfits are more utilitarian then fluff, and her armor is used in dazzling ways.
Woods saved par in dazzling fashion at No. 17, the famous Road Hole, which is considered one of the toughest in all of golf.
On the silk parchment he wrote just one word, a word of dazzling whiteness.
No matter how dazzling is the wealth at hand there is always that tantalizing story of the lost mine, sometimes reputed to be far and inaccessible, sometimes only just over the next hill, yet always as difficult to discover as the end of the rainbow.
While that flash brought out in dazzling clearness that oneness of heart and mind, it did not blind us to the existence of the diversities between the peoples who together go to make up that vast phalanx of the subjects of the King.