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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdazzlingdaz‧zling /ˈdæzəlɪŋ/ adjective  1 BRIGHTa light that is dazzling is very bright and makes you unable to see properly for a short timesee thesaurus at bright2 IMPRESSvery impressive and attractive a dazzling display of football skills
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dazzlingDuring his short but dazzling career he broke almost every scoring record in the National League.dazzling computer graphicsJohnston showed a dazzling display of football talent.And the most dazzling evidence of his vitality was the death of his sister.The dazzling inlay of precious stones was long ago picked out with daggers.the dazzling noonday sunMeanwhile, for Stan the basic business of discovering fossils proceeded at a dazzling pace.And it's Zack who gets the crowd bouncing up and down in time to his dazzling raps.Hot light leapt out from the damascened chromium steel nozzle in a dazzling silver thread.We walked out of the cinema into dazzling sunshine.Poor man, shut out, as they all were except her, from that glimpse of heaven's dazzling sweetness.The sun was so dazzling that it was impossible to even look at its reflection in the water.Lily looked at the faces above the dazzling white shirt fronts.She looked dazzling, with her long blonde hair and diamond earrings.
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