verb (used with object), dazzled, dazzling.
to overpower or dim the vision of by intense light:
He was dazzled by the sudden sunlight.
to impress deeply; astonish with delight:
The glorious palace dazzled him.
verb (used without object), dazzled, dazzling.
to shine or reflect brilliantly:
gems dazzling in the sunlight.
to be overpowered by light:
Her eyes dazzled in the glare.
to excite admiration by brilliance:
Once one is accustomed to such splendor, it no longer dazzles.
an act or instance of dazzling:
the dazzle of the spotlights.
something that dazzles.
(usually transitive) to blind or be blinded partially and temporarily by sudden excessive light
to amaze, as with brilliance: she was dazzled by his wit, she dazzles in this film
bright light that dazzles
bewilderment caused by glamour, brilliance, etc: the dazzle of fame
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