crazed

[ kreyzd ]
/ kreɪzd /

adjective

insane; demented.
suffering loss of emotional control: crazed with fear.
(of a ceramic object) having small cracks in the glaze.

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Origin of crazed

1425–75; late Middle English. See craze, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM crazed

craz·ed·ly [krey-zid-lee] /ˈkreɪ zɪd li/, adverbhalf-crazed, adjective

Definition for crazed (2 of 2)

craze
[ kreyz ]
/ kreɪz /

verb (used with object), crazed, craz·ing.

verb (used without object), crazed, craz·ing.

noun

Origin of craze

1325–75; Middle English crasen to crush < Scandinavian; compare Swedish, Norwegian krasa to shatter, crush
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British Dictionary definitions for crazed (1 of 2)

crazed
/ (kreɪzd) /

adjective

driven insane
(of porcelain or pottery) having a fine network of cracks in the glaze

British Dictionary definitions for crazed (2 of 2)

craze
/ (kreɪz) /

noun

a short-lived current fashion
a wild or exaggerated enthusiasma craze for chestnuts
mental disturbance; insanity

verb

Word Origin for craze

C14 (in the sense: to break, shatter): probably of Scandinavian origin; compare Swedish krasa to shatter, ultimately of imitative origin
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