bedazzlement

[ bih-daz-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bedazzlement
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Simon's bedazzlement at Charles's tribute to him turned in an instant to anger.

She was again radiant, and in some bedazzlement of mind he arose and followed her.

In some city there goes up a great club-house—the architecture, the furniture, all the equipment a bedazzlement of wealth.

Before this horizon of marvels, Bouvard and Pécuchet experienced a kind of bedazzlement.

But now I saw things—I know not how; assuredly with no mortal eyes—and that defect of bedazzlement blinded me no longer.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from be- + dazzle (v.). Related: Bedazzled; bedazzling.

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