adjective, ma·zi·er, ma·zi·est.
- mazzini, giuseppe,
- maître d'
Origin of mazy
Examples from the Web for mazy
But within the circle of doom blossomed the mazy sweetness; the very sky seemed to have narrowed to the roofing of a bower.
The rutty, soppy road, soon after it leaves the doctors estate, straggles unfenced through half a mile of mazy woodland.The Doctor's Red Lamp|Various
Here we meet many a name familiar to the ear, and a form familiar to the eye starts into life, and treads again its mazy scenes.Withered Leaves from Memory's Garland|Abigail Stanley Hanna
Two lords—one very young, the other distressingly old—have also solicited her hand in the "mazy dance."Molly Bawn|Margaret Wolfe Hamilton
All that blurred together in a mazy idea that it was sure to be cosy.Sally Bishop|E. Temple Thurston