verb (used with object), crazed, craz·ing.
verb (used without object), crazed, craz·ing.
- (of a case-hardened object) to develop reticulated surface markings; worm.
- (of an ingot) to develop an alligator skin as a result of being teemed into an old and worn mold.
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Origin of craze
Example sentences from the Web for craze
But how can I believe she does when I see that it is breaking her poor heart, and crazing her brain, and killing her?Her Mother's Secret|Emma D. E. N. Southworth
Crazing also occurs when both body and glaze are correctly fired but there is an inherent disagreement in expansion.The Potter's Craft|Charles F. Binns
Have her appear like an adventuress, drawing Rafael on, tearing him from his mother's arms after crazing him with love?The Torrent|Vicente Blasco Ibaez
Robertson turned swiftly in a frenzy of drink-begotten rage and crazing fear, and flung open the door.Thrice Armed|Harold Bindloss
Hard refractory clays often remain porous and are a fruitful source of crazing and breaking.Pottery, for Artists Craftsmen & Teachers|George J. Cox