Definition of dazzling in English:

dazzling

Syllabification: daz·zling
Pronunciation: /ˈdaz(ə)liNG
 
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adjective

1Extremely bright, especially so as to blind the eyes temporarily: the sunlight was dazzling figurative a dazzling smile
More example sentences
  • Everyone was momentarily blind by the dazzling white light that emanated from the doorway.
  • It was large, very large, he guessed it must have come from a swan's wing, and it was the purest, most dazzling white, so bright that it hardly looked real.
  • At first, I was blinded by dazzling white and blinked, looking away.
Synonyms
bright, blinding, glaring, brilliant
1.1Extremely impressive, beautiful, or skillful: a dazzling display of football
More example sentences
  • And of course the desire is to make a dazzling first impression.
  • But their vivacious personality comes across even in photographs and makes their overall impression one of dazzling beauty.
  • The German Green Party of the '80s was a hothouse for beautiful ideas and a dazzling new politics.
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Derivatives

dazzlingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • And he is also dazzlingly - enchantingly - one of the greatest masters of language who ever lived.
  • But I did so dazzlingly well that I actually scored 102%.
  • The Valley has a dazzlingly diverse collection of birds: some permanent residents, others summer migrants from the plains, yet others winter visitors from the hills.

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