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- To dazzle or disorient
1993, Scott Russell Sanders, The Paradise of Bombs, ISBN 0807063436, page 14:
- My sister had the good sense to keep mum about our babysitter's stories, but I was so razzled by hopes of meeting with these aliens and learning their world-saving secrets that I blabbed about the possibility to my mother, who quickly wormed the entire chronicle from me.
2005, April 28, “Jay Mariotti”, in While Wizards talk, upstart Bulls just shut up and play:
- "We got razzled," said Wizards center Brendan Haywood, inventing a word on a night when he did little else. "It's the playoffs. You've got to play."