razzle-dazzle

See also: razzle dazzle

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EtymologyEdit

Reduplication of dazzle.

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

razzle-dazzle (uncountable)

  1. Glitz, glamor/glamour, showiness, or pizazz.
    The big musical number at the end didn't have quite the razzle-dazzle they had hoped.
  2. (US) dazzle camouflage

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VerbEdit

razzle-dazzle (third-person singular simple present razzle-dazzles, present participle razzle-dazzling, simple past and past participle razzle-dazzled)

  1. (transitive) To confuse or overcome with glamour or showiness; to dazzle.