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  1. dazzle

    • IPA[ˈdaz(ə)l]


    • v.
      (of a bright light) blind (a person) temporarily;amaze or overwhelm (someone) with a particular impressive quality
    • n.
      brightness that confuses someone's vision temporarily
    • verb: dazzle, 3rd person present: dazzles, gerund or present participle: dazzling, past tense: dazzled, past participle: dazzled

    • noun: dazzle, plural noun: dazzles

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    • n.
      noisy, showy, and exciting activity and display designed to attract and impress: myth, legend, and razzle-dazzle all rolled into one show hyped-up, razzle-dazzle gimmicks of quick-sell advertising

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for razzmatazz

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈdazl]


    • v.
      (of a bright light) blind (a person or their eyes) temporarily: she was dazzled by the headlights
    • n.
      brightness that blinds someone temporarily: I screwed my eyes up against the dazzle

    Oxford Dictionary