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Daze   /deɪz/   Listen
Daze

verb
(past & past part. dazed; pres. part. dazing)
1.
To cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light.  Synonyms: bedazzle, dazzle.
2.
Overcome as with astonishment or disbelief.  Synonyms: bedaze, stun.






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"Daze" Quotes from Famous Books



... raised, saw the fingers formed to make the familiar scout salute—the full salute. The full salute for him! He saw this and yet he did not see it; he saw it in a kind of daze. ...
— Tom Slade on Mystery Trail • Percy Keese Fitzhugh

... He wished to dower his love with his wealth, to place in her hands his will, beyond the reach of any contestant, and this resolution through the hours of his agony, through the daze of his weakness persisted heroically—till even the doctor's throat filled with sympathetic emotion, as he thought of the young maiden soon to be thrust into this tragic drama. He answered, soothingly: "I'll do all I can, Mart. There's a ...
— Money Magic - A Novel • Hamlin Garland



Words linked to "Daze" :   muddiness, stupefaction, confusion, desensitize, confusedness, mental confusion, desensitise, disarray, blind



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