bedazzle bedazzle


  • (v) to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light



  1. The show, organized by the Kuwait National Museum and the Met, will also bedazzle London; Cleveland, Ohio; and Houston.
  2. Tall and paunchy, his langorous drawl camouflaging his Mach 4 mind, Allen used every trick, rule, ruse and gambit in the book to bedazzle his foes.
  3. Right now, about 75% of a presidential campaign is hoopla, manufactured movement and entertainment designed to bedazzle.


  1. Letter: Flag not intended as fashion statement

    Editor: The star-spangled banner does more than wave over the home of the brave these days. Images of the American flag adorn boxer briefs, emblazon sofas and bedazzle Ryan Lochte's teeth.
    on July 20, 2013     Source: Marshfield News Herald

  2. Thomas Foolery: Every kickballer's dream bar

    Bedazzle bocce team shirts, ice your bros and play Mario Kart at a new Dupont Circle bar.
    on July 19, 2013     Source: Washington Post


  1. "I like to Bedazzle," confirms Chenoweth, smiling. "I have a kit. I just recently wrapped Pushing Daisies and I made all the women Bedazzled Pushing Daisies shirts. And that's what I'm going to be doing over the holidays --Bedazzling."
    on Dec 3, 2008 By: Kristin Chenoweth Source: National Post

  2. "Not very many people know this, but David Ortiz happens to be a huge Bedazzler," Papelbon said, drawing laughs. "Yeah, yeah, see like this jacket right here? He couldn't wear this jacket normally, he'd have to put, like, Bedazzle a...
    on Nov 1, 2007 By: Jonathan Papelbon Source: ESPN

  3. "We thought, what a beautiful blank canvas," says Lewis. "We're gonna go and bedazzle it!"
    on Sep 25, 2009 By: Juliette Lewis Source: Los Angeles Times

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