dazzlingly

[ UK /dˈæzə‍lɪŋli/ ]
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  1. in a manner or to a degree that dazzles the beholder
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How To Use dazzlingly In A Sentence

  • The warmth immediately enveloped her and he grinned dazzlingly.
  • The city rose to this challenge, not with banks of sterile oven-slot tombs but with dazzlingly elaborate mausoleums.
  • First performed in 1991, with a dazzlingly white-and-black skewed set, La Bete's current incarnation is in a towering library. Fern Siegel: Stage Door: La Bete, A Life in the Theater, Lady Rizo
  • The loading bay seemed dazzlingly bright.
  • Dazzlingly diverse, it is home to a wonderful mix of races, perspectives and attitudes.
  • The loading bay seemed dazzlingly bright.
  • A piece of dazzlingly fresh fish, rubbed with a little olive oil and sea salt and roasted until its flesh is snowily opaque often needs little more than a piece of lemon to be at its best, or maybe just some piquant capers and parsley.
  • The fort lauderdale florida hotel of catchweed and lockmaster the vividness abstractly tipuana that they are wheezily or dazzlingly orange than unquestioned galvani. Rational Review
  • The dazzlingly choreographed fireworks performances will be accompanied by a musical programme.
  • They came out of warp a scant light-week from Orundwiir, or alpha Arietis as the Federation stellar cartographers called it; a great blaze of a star, even at this distance, burning dazzlingly orange-golden in the long cold night. Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages
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