Examples of amaze in a Sentence
He has amazed audiences around the world with his magic tricks.
It amazes me that no one noticed the error.
Her garden's beauty never fails to amaze.
Origin and Etymology of amaze
Middle English amasen, from Old English āmasian, from ā- (perfective prefix) + *masian to confuse — more at abide
First Known Use: before 12th century
Synonym Discussion of amaze
Definition of amaze
: amazement Dick looked at the little man in amaze. — Robert Louis Stevenson
AMAZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of amaze for English Language Learners
: to surprise and sometimes confuse (someone) very much : to fill (someone) with wonder
AMAZE Defined for Kids
Definition of amaze for Students
: to surprise or puzzle very much His skill with the ball amazed us.
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