Definition of faze in English:
verb[with object, usually with negative] informal
- The way the Portuguese starlet is going, you cannot imagine anything fazing him.
- The trick is that Juan graduated from a hard school and nothing fazes him.
- But nothing fazes Richard, so he'll be up for it.
mid 19th century: variant of dialect feeze 'drive or frighten off', from Old English fēsian.
This informal word meaning ‘disturb, disconcert’ was originally US, a variant of dialect feeze ‘drive or frighten off’, from Old English fēsian.
Words that rhyme with fazeablaze, amaze, appraise, baize, Blaise, blaze, braise, broderie anglaise, chaise, craze, daze, écossaise, erase, gaze, glaze, graze, Hayes, Hays, haze, laze, liaise, lyonnaise, maize, malaise, Marseillaise, mayonnaise, Mays, maze, phase, phrase, polonaise, praise, prase, raise, raze, upraise
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