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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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TALENTED young Coventry dancers are aiming to sparkle as they take to the city stage tomorrow with new show Bedazzled.
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Whoever had the foresight to commandeer the band of pirates who have bedazzled thousands of awe-struck onlookers in the new City Centre mall merits admiration!
-- Price Chopper Supermarkets has some exclusive offers for Valentine's Day this year, including the "Kids Corner" and the "Bedazzled" rose bouquet, the latter of which is one among a large assortment of flowers stocked by the regional grocer that it claims are "fresher and longer lasting than flowers sold elsewhere."
Web advertisers and web-entrepreneurs who've been dazzled or puzzled and bedazzled by what can be learned by studying statistics connected with websites will appreciate this clearly articulated presentation from two seasoned veterans.
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ONE of Dudley Moore's three great films (the others are Arthur and Bedazzled).
Then 4,000 bewigged and bedazzled ticket holders will enter the richly decorated ballrooms, dance floors, and courtyards of the historic building for a wild waltz of well-intentioned decadence.
Perhaps as a result of this seemingly trivial oversight, these sections seem always on the brink of revealing so much more about Hagar's figuration between genres than Gabler-Hover is finally able to convey, so that while the reader is bedazzled by Gabler-Hover's discoveries, as in the introduction which "outs" famed illustrator John Audub on as black, we are also left groping for explicit connections back to Hagar.
His efforts are most successful in poems like "Bedazzled," "Gluttony" and "Devilment"--studies of nature and the microcosms of the everyday.
That means a September opening for the Tennessee Williams revival still scheduled to pair Brendan Fraser and Frances O'Connor, current screenmates in the remake of "Bedazzled." Big Daddy, meanwhile, is on offer to an American player who has scored big in that part before: Charles Durning, a Tony winner for the same role on Broadway a decade ago.
By the third round, though, Hamed's succinct assaults had Sanchez bleary, bewildered, and as bedazzled as his gold-glitter trunks.
Spiders that spin their webs near lights at night to feast on bedazzled insects may be responding to more than the abundance of easy meals.
Dan Burton (R-Ind.) has become even more bedazzled, inviting actress Raquel Welch to share her views on the dangers of FDA's proposed tightening of dietary supplement labeling.