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
Starting out standing tall atop a giant, bedazzled basketball and watched over by an oversized human hand, Perry and her cohort of dancers — with nets across their faces — went all-in on the game-time theme of the song off of Perry's Witness album.
This year, just one bedazzled lip kit (in the shade Candy K, which is not a new color) sold for $60 each, the palette was priced at $54, the Twenty matte lip kit was $30, and the mini matte kit of six colors was $36.
Twenty-five bras -- bedazzled, feathered, glittered, adorned with all sorts of appliques and accoutrements -- stood out from a crowd that itself wasn't shy in attire.
The bills appeared to be bedazzled and so did the gold TBT on the torso.
The sneaks in question are your classic white, high-top Air Force 1s, but these are bedazzled with shimmering sequins in pale pink and turquoise shades.
At the World Refugee Day Celebration on Saturday in City Heights, there was Iraqi dancing, Burmese traditional music, henna tattooing and bedazzled headscarves for sale.
Everything was bedazzled, including her black tube top and pants and white jacket.
Pull your gaze from Nintendo's bedazzling Switch for a moment and consider Sony's now widespread PlayStation 4.
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First Known Use of bedazzle
BEDAZZLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bedazzle for English Language Learners
: to thrill or excite (someone) very much
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