dazzling

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The action of the verb to dazzle; dazzlement
Superlative; astounding
Present participle of dazzle
Splendid; brilliant
Shining intensely

The deafening claps of thunder and the dazzling flashes of lightning which lit up the ghastly scene testified that the artillery of heaven had lent its supernatural pomp to the already gruesome spectacle.

his fulgurant popularity was in full growth"- Janet Flanner; "adventures related
Something that is dazzling is very impressive or beautiful. He gave Alberg a dazzling smile. = stunning + dazzlingly dazz·ling·ly The view was dazzlingly beautiful
amazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning; "the skater's dazzling virtuosic leaps"; "these great best canvases still look as astonishing and as invitingly new as they did
A dazzling light is very bright and makes you unable to see properly for a short time. He shielded his eyes against the dazzling declining sun. + dazzlingly dazz·ling·ly The loading bay seemed dazzlingly bright
in a style both vivid and fulgurous"- Idwal Jones
{s} blinding; stunning, amazing, impressive
when
dazzling beauty
overpowering beauty, striking good looks
dazzle
To render incapable of thinking clearly; to overwhelm with showiness or brilliance

The delegates were dazzled by the originality of his arguments.

dazzle
To confuse the sight of by means of excessive brightness

Dazzled by the headlights of the lorry, the deer stopped in the middle of the street and was run over.

dazzle
{v} to overpower with light
anti-dazzling
That reduces, or eliminates dazzle
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The dazzle of something is a quality it has, such as beauty or skill, which is impressive and attractive. The dazzle of stardom and status attracts them
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to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light; "She was dazzled by the bright headlights"
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brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily
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If someone or something dazzles you, you are extremely impressed by their skill, qualities, or beauty. George dazzled her with his knowledge of the world The movie's special effects fail to dazzle
dazzle
To overpower with light; to confuse the sight of by brilliance of light
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To be overpowered by light; to be confused by excess of brightness
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to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light; "She was dazzled by the bright headlights
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{f} blind with bright light; amaze, impress, fascinate
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To bewilder or surprise with brilliancy or display of any kind
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amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill; "Her arguments dazzled everyone"; "The dancer dazzled the audience with his turns and jumps"
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To be overpoweringly or intensely bright; to excite admiration by brilliancy
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{i} sparkle; something which dazzles
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A light of dazzling brilliancy
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brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill; "Her arguments dazzled everyone"; "The dancer dazzled the audience with his turns and jumps"
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The dazzle of a light is its brightness, which makes it impossible for you to see properly for a short time. The sun's dazzle on the water hurts my eyes. see also razzle-dazzle
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If a bright light dazzles you, it makes you unable to see properly for a short time. The sun, glinting from the pool, dazzled me
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