mazy

adjective
\ ˈmā-zē \

Definition of mazy 

: resembling a maze

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The 30-year-old Italy international is also regarded as one of the best ball-playing defenders in world football, showing his skills with a stunning goal against Genoa recently, going on a mazy run from inside his own half. Daniella Matar, The Seattle Times, "Player guide for Champions League finalist Juventus," 29 May 2017

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First Known Use of mazy

1579, in the meaning defined above

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