bedazzled


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be·daz·zle

 (bĭ-dăz′əl)
tr.v. be·daz·zled, be·daz·zling, be·daz·zles
1. To dazzle so completely as to make blind.
2. To please irresistibly; enchant.

be·daz′zle·ment n.

bedazzled

(bɪˈdæzəld)
adj
dazzled or confused
Translations

bedazzled

[bɪˈdæzəld] adjébloui(e)
References in classic literature ?
Thus the night fled away, as if it were a winged steed, and he careering on it; morning came, and peeped, blushing, through the curtains; and at last sunrise threw a golden beam into the study, and laid it right across the minister's bedazzled eyes.
Either the sudden gleams of light flashing over the obscure field bedazzled Goodman Brown, or he recognized a score of the church members of Salem village famous for their especial sanctity.
We must never forget it is talent we need to develop and not be bedazzled by the need to create new palaces or, indeed, preserve old ones.
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Lodging includes upscale hotels, a breadth of rental cottages, and Victorian and beach-chic B&Bs (like BEDazzled, a luscious Hollywood tribute, and Bewitched, honoring lesbian icon Agnes Moorhead).
Hayden Christensen portrays rising-star reporter Stephen Glass and Chloe Sevigny, center, and Melanie Lynsky play his bedazzled colleagues in ``Shattered Glass.
Bedazzled 25-year-old Laura said, ``This is probably the only time I'd ever get a diamond and a sports car in one go, so I hope Santa is listening.
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Glands around the octopus' mouth secrete mucus, which might snag bedazzled copepods for dinner.
Well, someone has finally put together a wonderbook of those imaginings: at long last, something wickedly gorgeous this way comes - Infinite Worlds: The Fantastic Visions of Science Fiction Art has faithfully, lovingly assembled the transcendently limpid deep-space tempera of the finely executed chimeras that have bedazzled the covers of science-fiction magazines, novels, and storybooks for over sixty years.
Walking briskly down Eighth Avenue after these performances, I realized that it's been a long time since I've left a theater feeling this way--my eyes bedazzled, my mind buzzing, and my heart thrumming with joy.