outdazzle

outdazzle

(ˌaʊtˈdæzəl)
vb (tr)
to exceed in dazzling
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Mayweather is likely the reason Khan will choose to take to the ring in a goldembossed, PS30,000-worth pair of shorts; surely a ploy designed to outdazzle the selfstyled 'Pretty Boy'.
DECK THE HALLS Head out for a festive tipple and outdazzle the Christmas lights with a glittering clutch.
The showpiece event is a chance for arriving stars to outdazzle one another.
The city, the second-largest in Wales, has a charm that, if not able to outdazzle more handsome places, at least can stare them out.
all were touted as providing tech opportunities to outdazzle the first go-round.
Streetlights adorn our roads, billboards stud our freeways, shopping-center parking lots are aglow from dusk to dawn, businesses obsess over late-night security, and convenience stores outdazzle one another to compete for customers.
Previously, the nearest anyone got to a general theory was that the Polish pope understood his opponents well enough to outdazzle their ideology with Christian truth.
Matthew, 31, trapped a nerve during training last week but had vowed not to pull out as he has been trying to outdazzle Hollyoaks beauty and hot favourite Jorgie Porter, 24.
More than 100 of our most famous faces were wreathed in smiles as they graced the red carpet in London last night for the awards bash that outdazzles them all.
The stalls handlers are a catwalk dream with their bright blue shirts and primrose trousers, but nothing outdazzles the jockeys themselves because it appears that owners in Hong Kong have carte blanche to fling a pot of paint in the public's face and call it racing colours.
Best Restaurant Panorama: The food is good at the new Lido Beach Grille on the eighth floor of the Lido Beach Resort, but nothing outdazzles the restaurant's sweeping vistas of Sarasota's cityscape, the surrounding keys and the azure Gulf of Mexico.