amazed

[ uh-meyzd ]
/ əˈmeɪzd /

adjective

greatly surprised; astounded; suddenly filled with wonder: The magician made the dove disappear before our amazed eyes.

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Origin of amazed

Middle English word dating back to 1200–50; see origin at amaze, -ed2

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Definition for amazed (2 of 2)

amaze
[ uh-meyz ]
/ əˈmeɪz /

verb (used with object), a·mazed, a·maz·ing.

to overwhelm with surprise or sudden wonder; astonish greatly.
Obsolete. to bewilder; perplex.

verb (used without object), a·mazed, a·maz·ing.

to cause amazement: a new art show that delights and amazes.

noun

Archaic. amazement.

Origin of amaze

before 1000; Middle English amasen, Old English āmasian to confuse, stun, astonish. See a-3, maze
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British Dictionary definitions for amazed

amaze
/ (əˈmeɪz) /

verb (tr)

to fill with incredulity or surprise; astonish
an obsolete word for bewilder

noun

an archaic word for amazement

Word Origin for amaze

Old English āmasian
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