Origin of maze
OTHER WORDS FROM mazemazed·ly [meyzd-lee, mey-zid-], /ˈmeɪzd li, ˈmeɪ zɪd-/, adverbmazedness, nounmazelike, adjectivein·ter·maze, verb (used with object), in·ter·mazed, in·ter·maz·ing.
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH mazemaize, maze
How to use maze in a sentence
The second test used a maze set up in a tank of murky water.
Bad Hair is designed in that way, where you’re put through these experiences, and only when you get to the end of it, you realize you’ve been in a maze the whole time.Justin Simien talks ‘Bad Hair,’ following his genre obsessions, and getting ‘free as hell’ in ’80s horror satire|Isaac Feldberg|October 22, 2020|Fortune
In other experiments, he trained planaria to run through mazes and even developed a technique for extracting RNA from trained worms in order to inject it into untrained worms in an effort to transmit memories from one animal to another.Memories Can Be Injected and Survive Amputation and Metamorphosis - Facts So Romantic|Marco Altamirano|October 20, 2020|Nautilus
The ripples weren’t random—rather, they recapitulated in time and space the same neural activity the team observed earlier, while the mice were learning to navigate a new maze.How a Memory Quirk of the Human Brain Can Galvanize AI|Shelly Fan|September 28, 2020|Singularity Hub
Until now, memory research has mostly relied on rodents scurrying around mazes looking for tasty treats.Want to Decode the Human Brain? There’s a New System for That, and It’s Pretty Wild|Shelly Fan|September 22, 2020|Singularity Hub
"Why, you do look 'mazing grimy," he said with another grin.Humphrey Bold|Herbert Strang