Definition of bedazzle in English:

bedazzle

Line breaks: be|daz¦zle
Pronunciation: /bɪˈdaz(ə)l
 
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verb

[with object]
1Greatly impress (someone) with outstanding ability: bedazzled by him, they offered him a post in Paris
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  • It commences from 15th of May and bedazzles the visitors with excellent dance performances, concerts, and other performances.
  • Are you reading my button or are you just bedazzled by my beauty?
  • But that's not always really that necessary in order to bedazzle an audience.
1.1Make (someone) unable to think clearly: vast amounts of time and money are expended to ensure that the documents bedazzle rather than disclose
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  • The locals came to see as well, just as bedazzled as Michael was, and just as clueless.
  • Up there with brain surgeons and rocket scientists whose training and accomplishments bedazzle we lesser mortals?
  • The danger is that we come up with some ideas and are bedazzled by the creations of our own minds.

Derivatives

bedazzlement

noun
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  • The whole point is to disorient - that's how you get consumers to consume, put them in a milieu of bedazzlement and wonder.
  • But it gave me this feeling, this sort of bedazzlement, that I've yet to shake.
  • I don't know why I fell for Eve - why do you fall in love with anyone? - but after the initial bedazzlement of her humour and intelligence and beauty, there was always the mystery.

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