Simple past tense and past participle of maze.(verb)
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Use "mazed" in a sentence
"If she were seen holding a stem of beardtongue blossoms to admire their color or stooping to touch the spikes of jimson leaves, some would solemnly call her mazed in the head not to know beardtongue when she saw it, and others would wonder, grinning, was she so wit-scoured as perhaps to eat jimson?"
"We became still more "mazed," and fancied we were gazing upon the monument of Thomas Chatterton!"
"From our positions we could see how every time the bombs burst among them the fleeing troops seemed to get 'mazed' for a moment, and then went forward again."