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bedazzle

1. Literally, to blind; to be overwhelming to the eyes. I stepped on stage and was immediately bedazzled by all the lights—I couldn't see the audience at all.
2. By extension, to impress or intrigue someone so much that they cannot see any flaws. He is so bedazzled by his girlfriend that he doesn't see how controlling she is.
3. slang To embellish something with sparkly decorations like glitter, gems, and crystals. I think the girls will like these boring white sneakers once I bedazzle them.
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