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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outdazzles.

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Examples

  • More diplomatically, Jordan's Queen Rania (who outdazzled even the supermodels around) warned of the dangers of "a bipolar world, a subliminal segregation of us and them."

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  • Perhaps Victoria's own wonderful destiny, now drawing near, left little room in her heart or thought for lesser romances; perhaps the crown of England suspended over her head as by a single hair, the frail life of an old man, outdazzled even the graces and merits of her handsome but rather immature kinsman.

    Queen Victoria Her Girlhood And Womanhood

  • And certainly one of those whose intellectual endowments are outdazzled by the beauty of their qualities of heart and soul was the sweet lady whose death I am recording.

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  • Victoria's own wonderful destiny, now drawing near, left little room in her heart or thought for lesser romances; perhaps the crown of England suspended over her head as by a single hair, the frail life of an old man, outdazzled even the graces and merits of her handsome but rather immature kinsman.

    Queen Victoria, her girlhood and womanhood

  • The 25-year-old actress easily outdazzled Gwyneth Paltrow, who went for a baggy, Gothic number at her screening on the opposite side of Leicester Square.

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