Definition of mazy in English:

mazy

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Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪzi
 
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adjective (mazier, maziest)

1Like a maze; labyrinthine: the mazy old fishing quarter
More example sentences
  • Off he went on a mazy run leaving player after player behind him before lashing the ball to the net.
  • And with almost his first touch, he tested the rearguard with a mazy dribble to the edge of the box but he just didn't get his shot in quickly enough.
  • Forced onto his right foot after a mazy solo run, the predominantly left-footed player saw his effort blocked.
2Northern English Confused or dizzy.

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