dazzle[ daz-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dazzle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAZZLE
I will dazzle her senses with all the attractions that the globe of earth has to boast.
I now require this of all pictures, that they domesticate me, not that they dazzle me.
His fierce assumption of knowledge seemed to dazzle and daze the Spaniard.
On this occasion Beatrice dressed to dazzle and intimidate one of her own sex.
He knew me to be poor, and yet saw clearly that wealth did not dazzle me.
The more indifference she showed the more he tried to dazzle her.
A full light which brought no dazzle with it came in from the windows opposite.
She bows in the dazzle of light and kisses her hands to the crowd.
But to do this I must dazzle him into giving me a great pleasure.
The lights flashed on in the hall to dazzle the eyes of the audience.