Associations to the word «Dazzling»
DAZZLE, verb. (transitive) To confuse the sight of by means of excessive brightness.
DAZZLE, verb. (transitive) (figuratively) To render incapable of thinking clearly; to overwhelm with showiness or brilliance.
DAZZLE, verb. (intransitive) To be overpowered by light; to be confused by excess of brightness.
DAZZLE, noun. A light of dazzling brilliancy.
DAZZLE, noun. (figurative) Showy brilliance that may stop a person from thinking clearly.
DAZZLE, noun. (uncommon) A herd of zebra.
DAZZLE CAMOUFLAGE, noun. A paint scheme used on ships, mainly during World War I, consisting of a complex pattern of geometric shapes in contrasting colours, interrupting and intersecting each other.
DAZZLE, noun. Brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily.
DAZZLE, verb. To cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light; "She was dazzled by the bright headlights".
DAZZLE, verb. Amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill; "Her arguments dazzled everyone"; "The dancer dazzled the audience with his turns and jumps".
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