dazed vs dazzled

dazed dazzled


  • 1) stunned
  • 2) in a state of shock or confusion
  • 3) stupefied; conscious but unable to think clearly; -- usually caused by a blow or other shock.
  • 4) stunned from or as if from repeated blows.
  • 5) Simple past tense and past participle of daze.
  • 6) Spoiled, as ill-roasted meat.
  • 7) Rawandcold.
  • 8) Dull;sickly.
  • 9) Raw and cold.
  • 10) Dull; sickly.
  • 11) Cold; benumbed with cold.
  • 12) Of a dun color.
  • 13) Stunned;stupefied.
  • 14) Stunned; stupefied.
  • 15) Ofaduncolor.


  • 1) having vision overcome temporarily by or as if by intense light
  • 2) stupefied or dizzied by something overpowering
  • 3) Simple past tense and past participle of dazzle.


  • 1) The excitement and the sugar rush seemed to leave them dazed.
  • 2) He was dazed but still insisting that he was innocent.
  • 3) He has dazed diners with his speeches when accepting awards.
  • 4) And it was a story that left you dazed at the end of it.
  • 5) Maybe because he was still dazed or maybe because he had been through enough and just wanted it to end.
  • 6) Its driver is leaning out, shouting at the dazed figure on the ground.
  • 7) Flies hovered around her face as her young mother sat, dazed.
  • 8) People were staggering around, dazed.
  • 9) He was dazed and confused.
  • 10) PHILADELPHIA — When Davida Johnson walked into Dr. Kermit Gosnell's clinic to get an abortion in 2001, she saw what she described as dazed women sitting in dirty, bloodstained recliners.
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  • 12) PHILADELPHIA mdash; When Davida Johnson walked into Dr. Kermit Gosnell's clinic to get an abortion in 2001, she saw what she described as dazed women...


  • 1) A rectangle of light dazzles us and, as our eyes adjust, we see a summer meadow.
  • 2) Wulfgar was dazzled by their beauty and found it hard to remember the cause for argument.
  • 3) In the early morning sun it was dazzling me.
  • 4) We scooped an award for each of our quartet of dazzling displays.
  • 5) The night lights will dazzle and blind.
  • 6) To each he gives a dazzling performance.
  • 7) The three interconnected movements throw a dazzling array of ingredients into the pot.
  • 8) All of this must then be juxtaposed against that dazzling old film.
  • 9) Overall the collection is unparalleled for combining scholarly interest and dazzling beauty.
  • 10) He only saw the dazzling sun of success.
  • 11) And that night the eruption put on a dazzling display of lightning.
  • 12) The light that dazzled so irresistibly was doused long ago.
  • 13) Ran the show with a dazzling array of passes.
  • 14) The first sort is preceded by a visual disturbance "aura" such as seeing dazzling lights.
  • 15) Discussing these matters will be a dazzling array of leaders.
  • 16) He realises that if you want to win, goals count for more than dazzling skills.
  • 17) Another dazzling performance tonight against Spain could make him an international hero.
  • 18) For all its limitations, the film is a dazzling piece of cinema.
  • 19) We're just too dazzled by beauty.
  • 20) He appears to be dazzled by something; probably the beauty of his own reflection in the mirror.
  • 21) A dazzling display of samba in all its forms.
  • 22) At first glance, it is a dazzling performance by a philosophical virtuoso at the height of his powers.
  • 23) Thankfully, the film contains enough dazzling special effects and smart ideas to excuse its preposterous and derivative plot.
  • 24) This is the sunlight reflecting off the dew drops, and the glitter effect is particularly dazzling when the sun is low in the sky.
  • 25) His lawyer said: 'He was dazzled by glamour and is sorry for his lies.
  • 26) During the marriage Jordan's warm personality and dazzling basketball skills lifted the game to new heights of popularity.
  • 27) The label dazzled with a collection that, though starker than in seasons past, felt spot on.
  • 28) It blazed like a star above Simon’s eyes as he brushed his fingers across his forehead, his expression dazzled and confused.
  • 29) VANCOUVER South Korea's Kim Yu-Na dazzled from the big air of her opening jumps to the blurring spin of her finish to win a historic gold medal with more record-smashing scores.
  • 30) There one got dazzled from the abundance of rarities and all possible art and souvenir products relating to Jack London.
  • 31) Caitlin dazzled Vix from the start, sweeping her into the heart of the unruly Somers family, into a world of privilege, adventure, and sexual daring.
  • 32) This literary Trilby would often appear seated on piles of books, and with hooked fingers would point out with a grin of malice two yellow volumes whose title dazzled the eyes.
  • 33) As the New Yorker piece showed, one portion of the GOP elite selected her because they were "dazzled"; a larger subset of the GOP elite despise her and the empty populism she represents.

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