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  • v. Present participle of outdazzles.


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  • But I have no space or need to describe the familiar process of architecture, by which with a perhaps for a keystone, possibilities for pillars, and dreams for pinnacles, lovers are wont to rear in a few idle hours, palaces outdazzling Aladdin's.

    The Duke of Stockbridge

  • “You’re always doing it—discussing for the sake of discussion, shining with words, outdazzling.”

    Stones from the River

  • "penetrated witha light of its own, a light not of this world, shining throughit from behind, as if through a window, outdazzling gold and candle-flame with a more intense radiance."

    The hermeneutic of continuity


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