Examples of bedazzle in a Sentence
fans bedazzled by movie stars
don't let their promises of immense riches bedazzle you
Recent Examples of bedazzle from the Web
When the going menswear aesthetic is oversized, bedazzled, and logo-ed out, Ackermann's clothes for Berluti were a refreshing reminder that there's power in a uniform that doesn't announce itself fifty feet away.
Garance was dressed casually but elegantly, sporting gauchos, a denim jacket, grey scarf and bedazzled heels—a gift from Schuman.
In 2001, Penn & Teller heard Jones playing a Las Vegas restaurant and, not surprisingly, were bedazzled.
Nor are the stars done any favors by the garish costume design and make-up, in which Winfrey’s eyebrows appear to have been differently bedazzled for each scene.
From Miley Cyrus wearing a pink bedazzled gown while making a rare appearance with Liam Hemsworth to Kendall Jenner's minidress, the party style this season might be even more exciting than the awards themselves.
Shop and customize limited edition #INCHARGE beanies, t-shirts, and tote bags with embroidery, bedazzling, and screen-printing.
But halfway through the program, Méité pulled back part of her skirt to reveal a colorful, bedazzled layer underneath.
Four years after the tournament's birth, the elusive forward got a chance to bedazzle the world, albeit a brief one.
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BEDAZZLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedazzle for English Language Learners
: to thrill or excite (someone) very much
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