Simple Definition of dazzle
of a bright light : to cause (someone) to be unable to see for a short time
: to greatly impress or surprise (someone) by being very attractive or exciting
Full Definition of dazzle
daz·zleddaz·zling play \-z(ə-)liŋ\
1 : to lose clear vision especially from looking at bright light
2 a : to shine brilliantly b : to arouse admiration by an impressive display
1 : to overpower with light
2 : to impress deeply, overpower, or confound with brilliance <dazzled us with her wit>
Examples of dazzle
Elvis always dazzled his audiences.
Visitors were dazzled by the mansion's ornate rooms.
She truly dazzles in her live concerts.
Origin of dazzle
frequentative of daze
First Known Use: 15th century
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