UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdæzlɪŋ/

From the verb dazzle: (⇒ conjugate)
dazzling is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
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Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a dazzling [diamond, gold] [ring, necklace]
  2. dazzling white [sand, beaches, teeth, smiles]
  3. (in) the dazzling light (of)
  4. under the dazzling lights
  5. was [startled, frightened] by the dazzling lights
  6. [felt dizzy, got a headache] from the dazzling lights
  7. the dazzling [moon, stars]
  8. the dazzling blue [sky, water]
  9. in dazzling colors
  10. a dazzling new [car, suit]
  11. a dazzling (and thrilling) [novel, movie, book, tale]
  12. dazzling new [technologies, musicals, novels]
  13. with dazzling skill
  14. his dazzling wit
  15. has a dazzling smile
  16. was a dazzling performance
  17. the performance was dazzling
  18. is dazzling to [see, observe, watch, experience, behold]
  19. dazzling and [glowing, sophisticated, splendid]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. the dazzle of (bright) [diamonds, jewelry, gems]
  2. the dazzle of [warning, bright, disco, fog] lights
  3. the dazzle of his [smile, polished teeth]
  4. the dazzle of the [moon, stars, rays]
  5. the dazzle of a career in [acting, show business, the movies]
  6. loves the dazzle of the lights
  7. the (razzle and) dazzle of the [show, city, fashion industry]
  8. [startled, made dizzy, frightened] by the dazzle of lights
  9. [lured, enticed, tempted] by the dazzle of [fame, an acting career]
  10. squinted her eyes at the dazzle
  11. [lost, forgotten, neglected] in the dazzle of
  1. dazzled by the [lights, sun, headlights]
  2. the [lights] dazzled [me, my eyes]
  3. dazzled us with his [dancing, singing, ability, moves]
  4. dazzle them with [tricks, recipes, a song]
  5. dazzled the [crowd, audience, fans, judges, viewers]
  6. the [star, magician, singer] dazzled the [crowd]
  7. dazzled by the [magnitude, enormity, size, sight] of
  8. dazzled by [an impressive, a vast] array of
  9. dazzled by her beauty
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