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
The creations are Instagram-ready, with scoops cradled in bubble-textured waffle cones, bedazzled with sprinkles and colorful bits of cereal and drizzled with caramel and Nutella.
My pick for a great spring read is The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer (Riverhead), a juicy novel about feminist icon Faith Frank, now in her 60s, who mentors bedazzled college student Greer Kadetsky.
Her halter top’s bedazzled, barely-there strings appeared like sparkling body chains.
Notably, these were not No Strings Attached-era outfits, complete with bedazzled denim and extreme turtlenecks.
Her green Versace gown featured a formfitting, bedazzled bodice with swirls of chiffon flowing from the waist.
John Davis and Mary Ann McNulty were crowned king and queen of the STARC Starlight Ball held April 7 in the St. Margaret Mary Catholic School gymnasium, which had been bedazzled with extra care for the occasion.
The director, and ever the showman, Baz Luhrmann used the company to bedazzle his 2001 film Moulin Rouge!
If you're headed to Hobby Lobby this week (those Valentines aren't going bedazzle themselves), be sure to pencil in some extra time to sidestep models and photographers trying to get that perfect shot in the floral aisle.
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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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