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Mazed

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Adjective

1. at sea, baffled, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, confounded, confused, lost, mazed, mixed-up

perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment

Example Sentences:
'obviously bemused by his questions'
'bewildered and confused'
'a cloudy and confounded philosopher'
'just a mixed-up kid'
'she felt lost on the first day of school'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Mazed

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noun
1. 
a complex network of paths or passages, esp one with high hedges in a garden, designed to puzzle those walking through it
Compare labyrinth (sense 1)
2. 
a similar system represented diagrammatically as a pattern of lines
3. 
any confusing network of streets, pathways, etc
a maze of paths
4. 
a state of confusion
verb
5.  an archaic or dialect word for amaze

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Mazed

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verb transitiveWord forms: mazed or ˈmazing Chiefly Dialectal
1. 
to stupefy; daze
2. 
to confuse; bewilder
noun
3. 
a confusing, intricate network of winding pathways; labyrinth; specif., such a network with one or more blind alleys, used in psychological experiments and tests
4. 
a state of confusion or bewilderment

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Mazed

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n.
1.
a. An intricate, usually confusing network of interconnecting pathways, as in a garden; a labyrinth.
b. A physical situation in which it is easy to get lost: a maze of bureaucratic divisions.
2. A graphic puzzle, the solution of which is an uninterrupted path through an intricate pattern of line segments from a starting point to a goal.
3. Something made up of many confused or conflicting elements; a tangle: a maze of government regulations.
tr.v. mazed, maz·ing, maz·es
Chiefly Southern US
1. To bewilder or astonish.
2. To stupefy; daze.

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