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dazzle

verb as in confuse, amaze

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As you put it, “Kate’s charm is less about dazzle and more about sheen.”

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The show’s musical elements, including several full-song performances in each hour, dazzle.

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Any stall of any possession seemed lethal given the opposition ready to take the football and dazzle.

It was a dose of dazzle for a talented offense that has seemed staid in spots this season.

But he did speak to the issue of the razzle-dazzle camera moves, at least indirectly.

That kind of behavior would be in keeping with somebody who had been slipped a date rape drug such as Midazolam, aka Dazzle.

Movies are meant to dazzle, and American Hustle does just that.

There was a kinetic energy, a vibrancy that leapt off the screen that did, indeed, dazzle.

But it was too late, as critics and audiences had already written it off once the show failed to dazzle them from the outset.

He supposed they had scoured all Jursa for a real beauty to dazzle him; but they would discover that it would not work.

But to do this I must dazzle him into giving me a great pleasure.

There lay his wife in all the finery she had arrayed herself to dazzle her fashionable acquaintances, a speechless corpse!

It did not dazzle me, however; it simply filled me, and gave me a sensation of peculiar buoyancy.

His prey would be driven out of its hiding-place by smoke, or the torch would dazzle it.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dazzle, such as: astonish, awe, blind, blur, daze, and excite.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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