Definition of Outdazzling

1. Verb. (present participle of outdazzles) ¹



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Definition of Outdazzling

1. outdazzle [v] - See also: outdazzle

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outdazzling

outdancing
outdare
outdared
outdares
outdaring
outdate
outdated
outdatedly
outdatedness
outdatednesses
outdates
outdating
outdazzle
outdazzled
outdazzles
outdazzling (current term)
outdebate
outdebated
outdebates
outdebating
outdegree
outdegrees
outdeliver
outdelivered
outdelivering
outdelivers
outdent
outdented
outdenting
outdents

Literary usage of Outdazzling

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A First Sketch of English Literature by Henry Morley (1912)
"This gives brilliance to many pages of Richard Feverel without outdazzling its other merits ; in later novels the glitter is often too much with us, ..."

2. ... Select Notes on the International Sunday School Lessons by Adolphus Frederick Schauffler (1888)
"A shining cloud, outdazzling the morning sun, settled upon the house, "so that the priests could not stand to minister by reason of the cloud; for the glory ..."

3. The Ancestry, Life, and Times of Hon. Henry Hastings Sibley by Nathaniel West (1889)
"... and self-sacrifice,—a bright-set constellation of breast-worn honors, outdazzling all the star-and gartered titles of nobility; an ornament of character ..."

4. Memories of Gennesaret by John Ross MacDuff (1858)
"He appeared to her in no overpowering splendour, no outdazzling glory. She mistakes Him for the gardener. Though surrounded with the evidences of victory, ..."

5. Woodland Idyls by Willis Stanley Blatchley (1912)
"The black ants occasionally tickle my cells of touch and the hawkweed blossoms by my side, its ray flowers outdazzling the sunlight with their limpid yellow ..."

6. With Russian, Japanese and Chunchuse: The Experiences of an Englishman by Ernest Brindle (1905)
"Landward and seaward the light traverses, outdazzling the illuminant of nature. It passes on from fort to fort, and then moves swiftly out across the ..."

7. The Natural History of the Raw Materials of Commerce: With a Copious List of by John Yeats (1878)
"An arch of liquid blue, dashed with tufts and patches of pearly vapour outdazzling the sea-foam ..."

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