- full of confusing turns, passages, etc.; like a maze; labyrinthine.
Origin of mazy
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Examples from the Web for mazy
The trees of the forest seemed to waltz around me in mazy circles.
So I have decided that the next labour shall be the disentangling of the Mazy Carpet.The Magic City
Losing yourself in some of the mazy recesses of the ancient workings.Sappers and Miners
George Manville Fenn
I miss the "Mermaid," and the mazy world which was my stage.
More than one wayfarer has never escaped from their mazy solitudes.The Desert World
- of or like a maze; perplexing or confused
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Word Origin and History for mazy
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