To stun, as with a heavy blow or shock; stupefy.(verb-transitive)
To dazzle, as with strong light.(verb-transitive)
A stunned or bewildered condition.(noun)
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Use "daze" in a sentence
"So strange was she, so in daze and amaze and far-seeing were her eyes, that I was reminded of the lepers I had seen healed in Samaria."
"Fifteen minutes in daze looking at tickets, five minutes to get taxi, fifteen minutes to pack and be ready for taxi, five minutes to check out, twenty minute drive, etc."
""Binbin-daze" is an affectionate name meaning "Mr. Boing Boing" in reference to a young man's penis that is always on the verge of erection."