Origination: “Boom” the sound a gun makes. “Dazzle” your appearance after wearing newly stolen jewelry. Roots stem from 3rd Century B.C. cannon usage by Ctesibius of Alexandria, who utilized the instrument to win the heart of a Greek goddess.

(adj.) A description of the audiovisual impression a firework makes on the human experience.

(n.) An event, occurrence, object, or person of epic importance.

(v.) to astonish or delight.
“Yo, jackin’ that old man up for his gold chain would be the boom dazzle.”
by Boom Dazzle Propogator November 03, 2009
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