- n any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent
- Chicago has so much razzle-dazzle that viewers may end up both raised and dazed.
- Be a utility player who is capable of filling in anywhere, or be a specialist and razzle-dazzle your superiors.
- Largely as a result of their merchandising razzle-dazzle, the chains are inducing people to buy more books than ever.
News & Articles
- TV Watch: Neil Patrick Harris promises to bring razzle-dazzle to Tony Awards
The 67th annual Tony Awards, celebrating the best of the Broadway season, will be live from Radio City Music Hall. Expect a little razzle-dazzle from returning host Neil Patrick Harris, who seems to be everybody's pick for major awards show duties these days: He's also hosting the Emmys in September.
June 9, 2013 - The Fayetteville Observer
- Ron Chernow in FOXNews
When you think of Wall Street ...... one has an image of these very freewheeling, razzle-dazzle, buccaneering kinds of firms,Chernow said. "That style of business is now history."
- Chita Rivera in CBS News
He was an anchor who brought style, security and razzle-dazzle to our original 'Chicago' company,said Chita Rivera, Orbach's co-star in that 1975 production. "He was a swell guy."