adazzle


adazzle
\\əˈ-\ adjective
Etymology: a- (I) + dazzle (n.)

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  • adazzle — /euh daz euhl/, adj. dazzling; glitteringly bright: a street adazzle with Christmas displays. [1825 35; A 1 + DAZZLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • adazzle — adaz·zle …   English syllables

  • Sprung rhythm — is a poetic rhythm designed to imitate the rhythm of natural speech. It is constructed from feet in which the first syllable is stressed and may be followed by a variable number of unstressed syllables. The British poet Gerard Manley Hopkins… …   Wikipedia

  • Curtal sonnet — The curtal sonnet is a form invented by Gerard Manley Hopkins, and used in three of his poems. It is an eleven line (or, more accurately, ten and a half line) sonnet, but rather than the first eleven lines of a standard sonnet it consists of… …   Wikipedia

  • a|daz|zle — «uh DAZ uhl», adverb, adjective. dazzling; brilliant: »The sky was once again adazzle with stars (Saturday Review) …   Useful english dictionary