verb. ['ˈdæzəl'] to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light.
Words that Rhyme with Dazzle
Example sentences of the word dazzle
1. Verb, base form
Eating foods we love can dazzle our taste buds and also make us feel good, she says.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Give kids sprinkles in spring colors and they can go crazy creating spring flowers that dazzle and delight.
3. Noun, singular or mass
Add some dazzle with the bright tones of gold and yellow as accents.
Quotes containing the word dazzle
1. I like tricks; I like to dazzle. Dribbling and leaving your opponent on his backside is what life is for. If I achieve what I want to, then I'll mark a distinct era in football. I'm the Che Guevara of modern soccer.
- Sergio Aguero
2. Words dazzle and deceive because they are mimed by the face. But black words on a white page are the soul laid bare.
- Guy de Maupassant
3. Happiness. It was the place where passion, with all its dazzle and drumbeat, met something softer: homecoming and safety and pure sunbeam comfort. It was all those things, intertwined with the heat and the thrill, and it was as bright within her as a swallowed star.
- Laini Taylor, Daughter of Smoke & Bone
noun. any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent.
noun. ['ˈdæzəl'] brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily.
verb. ['ˈdæzəl'] amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill.