None of the hoopla seemed to have fazed the Iranian president, who loves to bask in controversy during his U.S. visits.
Despite speculation of what could have prompted Kloss to skip the lucrative Fashion Week—some were less than fazed.
1830, American English variant of Kentish dialect feeze "to frighten, alarm, discomfit" (mid-15c.), from Old English fesian, fysian "drive away," from Proto-Germanic *fausjanan (cf. Swedish fösa "drive away," Norwegian föysa). Related: Fazed; fazing.
To surprise and create discomposure: those grades don't faze her (1830+)