to impress forcefully, especially so as to make oblivious to faults or shortcomings:
Audiences were bedazzled by her charm.
to dazzle so as to blind or confuse:
The glare of the headlights bedazzled him.
Like Hamlin, McGinley is also no stranger to bedazzled spandex, having also competed on a season of Dancing with the Stars.
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Together they proved why this wacky, bedazzled Liberace fever dream of a TV show is one that we should never stop watching.
‘Dancing With the Stars’: A Love Letter to TV’s Most Ridiculous Show Kevin Fallon September 16, 2013
The contestants return for the “swimsuit” round, clad in light blue, bedazzled tulle g-strings.
And the Wiener Is…My Trip to Brooklyn’s Smallest Penis Pageant Tessa Miller June 15, 2014
From Calder to bedazzled tribal cuffs, the jewels at New York Fashion Week are oversized and outrageous.
All That Glitters Alisa Gould-Simon February 16, 2009
So, Mrs. Shattuck printed out a cheer resume on purple paper and, as is her way, bedazzled the paper with rhinestones.
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Tunics in dizzying rococo prints were bedazzled with sequins for a double-your-fun lushness.
Milan Fashion Week’s Malaise Robin Givhan September 22, 2011
I was fifteen and romantic, and I was bedazzled just as the others were.
The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story Various
In one bedazzled moment we review a whole night of darkness.
The Colossus Opie Read
Her appointments with Delmar had interrupted the sittings, and left Pellerin all the time to get bedazzled.
Sentimental Education, Volume II Gustave Flaubert
It is quite evident that Brantôme’s eyes were bedazzled by the glitter of royalty, or was it the glitter of royal gold?
In Chteau Land Anne Hollingsworth Wharton
(transitive) to dazzle or confuse, as with brilliance
1590s, from be- + dazzle (v.). Related: Bedazzled; bedazzling.
to impress forcefully, especially so as to make oblivious to faults or shortcomings: Audiences were bedazzled by her charm. to dazzle so as to blind or confuse: The glare of the headlights bedazzled him. Historical Examples But now I saw things—I know not how; assuredly with no mortal eyes—and that defect of bedazzlement blinded me […]
to impress forcefully, especially so as to make oblivious to faults or shortcomings: Audiences were bedazzled by her charm. to dazzle so as to blind or confuse: The glare of the headlights bedazzled him. Historical Examples She was laughing again and the bedazzling eyes were dancing with delight. The Price Francis Lynde But an impatient […]
willing or easily persuaded to have sexual relations; seduceable: The director is known for hiring actresses he thinks are beddable. adjective sexually attractive
of or relating to rocks that exhibit bedding. a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps, rests, or stays when not well. the mattress and bedclothes together with the bedstead of a bed. the bedstead alone. the act of or time for sleeping: Now for a cup of cocoa and then […]
bedmaker (def 1). Also called bedding plant. Horticulture. an ornamental plant that is suitable for planting with other plants in a bed to achieve a desired visual effect. Historical Examples You bedder not get too gay, or you lose your job damn quick. Beth Norvell Randall Parrish “Get bedder, and ve vill lif like kings, […]