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dazzler

Syllabification: daz·zler
Pronunciation: /ˈdaz(ə)lər
 
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Definition of dazzler in English:

noun

A person or thing that dazzles, in particular a person who is overwhelmingly impressive or skillful.
Example sentences
  • Emma Donoghue says it is ‘quietly enthralling, unnerving, erotic… a dazzler.’
  • This dazzler features a lavish, diamond-encrusted setting and patented cushion-cut centre diamond.
  • Two dazzlers appeared in close succession several centuries ago - Tycho Brahe's nova of 1572 and Johannes Kepler's nova of 1604.

Words that rhyme with dazzler

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