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dazzle: (of the eyes) to lose distinctness of vision, esp. from gazing at too bright light LLL. I. i. 82, 3H6 II. i. 25 “ mine eyes, or do I see three suns?,” Tit. III. ii. 85, Ven. 1064. ∥ In Gent. II. iv. 211 “d-d” is 3 syll. (F1 “dazel'd,” Ff2—4 “dazel'd so”).
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    • William Shakespeare, Two Gentlemen of Verona, 2.4
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