amaze

  • 21amaze — /euh mayz /, v., amazed, amazing, n. v.t. 1. to overwhelm with surprise or sudden wonder; astonish greatly. 2. Obs. to bewilder; perplex. v.i. 3. to cause amazement: a new art show that delights and amazes. n. 4. Archaic. amazement. [bef. 1000;… …

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  • 22AMAZE — Arts And Music At Zion Evangelical (Community » Religion) …

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  • 23amaze — Synonyms and related words: addle, admiration, affect, amazement, astonish, astound, awe, awestrike, baffle, bamboozle, beat, bedaze, bedazzle, bewilder, boggle, bowl down, bowl over, buffalo, confound, confoundment, daze, dazzle, dumbfound,… …

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  • 24amaze — v. (R) it amazed me (to learn) that he had been promoted * * * [ə meɪz] (R) it amazed me (to learn) that he had been promoted …

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  • 25amaze — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. astonish, astound, surprise. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. astonish, perplex, astound; see surprise 1 . See Synonym Study at surprise . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. astonish, stun, fascinate,… …

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  • 26amaze — 01. You will be [amazed] when you hear Sarah sing; she has a beautiful voice. 02. [Amazingly], no one was hurt in the accident in which a car hit a school bus full of children. 03. The witness gave an [amazingly] accurate description of the… …

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  • 27amaze — [OE] Old English āmasian meant ‘stupefy’ or ‘stun’, with perhaps some reminiscences of an original sense ‘stun by hitting on the head’ still adhering to it. Some apparently related forms in Scandinavian languages, such as Swedish masa ‘be… …

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  • 28amaze — a·maze || É™ meɪz v. astound, astonish; surprise …

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  • 29amaze — verb surprise (someone) greatly; astonish. Derivatives amazement noun Origin OE āmasian, of unknown origin …

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  • 30amaze — v. a. Astonish, astound, confound, confuse, perplex, bewilder, daze, stagger, stupefy, dumfound, dumfounder, surprise, take by surprise, strike with wonder, strike with astonishment, petrify with wonder …

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  • 31amaze — verb this shy, gawky teenager gets on the stage and amazes everyone with the best Elvis impersonation of the evening Syn: astonish, astound, surprise, stun, stagger, shock, stupefy, awe, stop someone in their tracks, leave open mouthed, leave… …

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  • 32amaze — v astound, astonish, dumfound, Inf. flabbergast; strike with wonder, stun, stagger, take aback, floor, shock, jar, jolt, Inf. bowl over, Inf. give [s.o.] a turn, Inf. catch [s.o.] up short; startle, surprise, disconcert, bewilder; dazzle,… …

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  • 33amaze — verb Syn: astonish, astound, surprise, stun, stagger, nonplus, shock, startle, stop someone in their tracks, leave open mouthed, dumbfound; informal bowl over, flabbergast; Brit.; informal knock for six; (amazed) thunderstruck, at a loss for… …

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  • 34amaze — [əˈmeɪz] verb [T] to surprise someone very much by being very impressive or unusual What amazes me is that they never get tired.[/ex] …

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  • 35amaze — a•maze [[t]əˈmeɪz[/t]] v. a•mazed, a•maz•ing, n. 1) to overwhelm with surprise or sudden wonder; astonish greatly 2) Obs. to bewilder; perplex 3) cvb to cause astonishment or amazement: a show that delights and amazes[/ex] 4) archaic amazement •… …

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  • 36amaze — /əˈmeɪz / (say uh mayz) verb (t) (amazed, amazing) 1. to overwhelm with surprise; astonish greatly. 2. Obsolete to bewilder. –noun 3. Obsolete amazement. {Middle English, Old English āmasian. Compare maze} …

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  • 37amaze —   Ho okupaianaha, kamahoi …

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  • 38amaze — [OE] Old English āmasian meant ‘stupefy’ or ‘stun’, with perhaps some reminiscences of an original sense ‘stun by hitting on the head’ still adhering to it. Some apparently related forms in Scandinavian languages, such as Swedish masa ‘be… …

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  • 39amaze — v.tr. (often foll. by at, or that + clause, or to + infin.) surprise greatly; overwhelm with wonder (am amazed at your indifference; was amazed to find them alive). Derivatives: amazement n. amazing adj. amazingly adv. amazingness n. Etymology:… …

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  • 40Amaze Entertainment — Тип Общество с ограниченной ответственностью Расположение …

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