dazzle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To dim the vision of, specifically to blind with intense light.
    • To impress, overwhelm, or bewilder with dazzling screen: a figure skater just who dazzled the audience with virtuosic jumps.
    • To dim the sight of, specifically to blind with intense light.
    • To astonish, overwhelm, or bewilder with dazzling show: a figure skater which dazzled the viewers with virtuosic jumps.
    • To overcome with light; to confuse the picture of by brilliance of light.
    • To bewilder or amaze with brilliancy or display of any sort.
    • To overcome with light; to confuse the picture of by brilliance of light.
    • To bewilder or amaze with brilliancy or display of any sort.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become blinded.
    • To inspire admiration or wonder.
    • In order to become blinded.
    • To encourage admiration or question.
    • becoming overpoweringly or intensely bright; to stimulate admiration by brilliancy.
    • becoming overpoweringly or intensely bright; to excite admiration by brilliancy.
    • To be overpowered by light; becoming perplexed by overabundance brightness.
    • To be overpowered by light; to be puzzled by overabundance brightness.
  • noun:
    • The act of dazzling and/or condition of being dazzled.
    • The work of dazzling or even the condition of being dazzled.
    • A light of dazzling brilliancy.
    • A light of dazzling brilliancy.
    • A herd of zebra.
    • A herd of zebra.
    • A light of dazzling brilliancy.
    • A light of dazzling brilliancy.
    • Brightness; splendor; overabundance light.
    • Meretricious display; brilliancy.
    • Brightness; splendor; excess of light.
    • Meretricious show; brilliancy.
    • brightness enough to blind partially and briefly
    • brightness adequate to blind partially and briefly
  • verb:
    • To confuse the picture of by means of excessive brightness.
    • To confuse the sight of by way of exorbitant brightness.
    • To make not capable of thinking plainly; to overwhelm with showiness or brilliance.
    • To render incapable of thinking demonstrably; to overwhelm with showiness or brilliance.
    • to cause someone to lose obvious vision, specially from intense light
    • amaze or bewilder, much like brilliant wit or intellect or skill
    • to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light
    • amaze or bewilder, just like brilliant wit or intellect or ability
  • others:
    • To overpower with light; hinder distinct vision of by intense light; dim, as the sight, by excess of light.
    • To overcome with light; hinder distinct sight of by intense light; dim, as picture, by more than light.
    • Figuratively, to overpower or confound by splendor or brilliancy, or with program or screen of any kind.
    • Figuratively, to overpower or confound by splendor or brilliancy, or with tv show or screen of any kind.
    • To be stupefied; be mentally confused.
    • to-be stupefied; be psychologically perplexed.
    • to-be overpowered by light; become unsteady or waver, since the sight.
    • is overpowered by light; become unsteady or waver, as the picture.
    • To be overpoweringly or blindingly brilliant.
    • Figuratively, to stimulate admiration by brilliancy or showy characteristics which overbear critique.
    • to-be overpoweringly or blindingly bright.
    • Figuratively, to excite admiration by brilliancy or showy attributes which overbear criticism.

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