Quotation Explorer - 'Dazzling'

Is, then, the crown too heavy that I wear? Yet it is bright with many a gem; I, the wearer, see not its far flashings; but darkly feel that I wear that, that dazzling confounds. ’Tis Iron that I know not gold. - Herman Melville
Some simple truths are so clear to a dazzling degree that to realize them you need to think over and live for a long time - Ceyhun Özsoylu
Beauty and youth. What a dazzling combination. To bewilder and to sparkle. Days filled with sunshine. And men worshiping at her feet. Love was a game she played with wantonness and mischief.-Fabulous - Jofelyn Martinez Khapra
Her grandfather's books [...] opened before Ada, a world whose colours were so dazzling that reality paled in comparison and faded away. Boris Godunov, Satan, Athalia, King Lear: they all spoke words charged with meaning; every syllable was inexpressively precious - Irène Némirovsky
Life has dazzling beauty. To see it, open the window of the mind and remove the curtain of conformity. - Debasish Mridha
Light of my heart is my spirit through which I created my universe,and I see the beauty of my sun, my moon and my dazzling stars. - Debasish Mridha
Dawn wore a pink dress and crept across the land like a timid girl. Her sister Morning followed, dressed in blue, the sun a dazzling locket on her breast. - Robert F. Young
Peter was a superb swordsman, and parried with dazzling rapidity; ever and anon he followed up a feint with a lunge that got past his foe's defense, but his shorter reach stood him in ill stead, and he could not drive the steel home - J.M. Barrie
To enjoy and appreciate the beauty of a dazzling spring, I save winter in my warm heart. - Debasish Mridha
Intellectual growth is when you surpass the barrier of puerility, puzzling people with your dazzling creativity. - Michael Bassey Johnson
I love the flowers for their beauty and dazzling smile. I love the moon for its soothing light and changing style. - Debasish Mridha
The Valkyrie’s heart was wrought of dazzling gold full of the most finest and firmest of loves, this being the secret of her many moods and akimbo inspirangular mercies. —On Kari, Ch. Fifteen Valley of the Damned - douglas m laurent
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