(RAZ-uhl daz-uhl)

MEANING: noun: Noisy excitement, showy display, or extravagant actions, especially when executed in an effort to distract or confuse.

ETYMOLOGY: A reduplication of dazzle, frequentative of daze, from Old Norse dasa (weary). Earliest documented use: 1885.

RAZZLEDAZOLE - a new anti-seizure medicine

FRAZZLE-DAZZLE - when people are stunned by your really, REALLY, REALLY bad-hair day

RAZZ LE DAZZLE - tease the ultra-bright Paris lighting