bedazzle : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light
- The show, organized by the Kuwait National Museum and the Met, will also bedazzle London; Cleveland, Ohio; and Houston.
- 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.
- Bragged the Daily Mirror: "Turpin became world champion without any of the hokum that Americans have used to bedazzle and bamboozle their opponents before the fight.
- Kristin Chenoweth in National Post
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."
- Jonathan Papelbon in ESPN
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...
- Juliette Lewis in Los Angeles Times
We thought, what a beautiful blank canvas,says Lewis. "We're gonna go and bedazzle it!"