dazzling Definition

  • 1extremely bright, especially so as to blind the eyes temporarily
  • 2extremely impressive, beautiful, or skillful

Using dazzling: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "dazzling" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The sun was dazzling in the clear blue sky.

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    She wore a dazzling diamond necklace to the party.

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    He gave a dazzling performance on the piano.

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    The fireworks display was absolutely dazzling.

dazzling Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for dazzling

Phrases with dazzling

  • a very attractive and charming smile


    She greeted me with a dazzling smile.

  • a large and impressive collection of things


    The store had a dazzling array of designer clothes.

  • dazzling success

    a great and impressive achievement


    The new product was a dazzling success for the company.


Summary: dazzling in Brief

The term 'dazzling' [ˈdæz.əl.ɪŋ] describes something that is extremely bright, often to the point of being blinding, or something that is extremely impressive, beautiful, or skillful. Examples include the sun, a diamond necklace, a piano performance, and a fireworks display. Phrases like 'dazzling smile,' 'dazzling array,' and 'dazzling success' extend the concept of impressiveness.

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