daze[ deyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF daze
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAZE
Ariston stood in a daze and watched the wine spilling into the street.
The Earthman came out of his daze at the sight of the other.
Still in a daze, I sat down on my cot and felt the big bruise on my head.
In a daze, groping blindly for support, he waited for the shock of impact.
His fierce assumption of knowledge seemed to dazzle and daze the Spaniard.
They must have used some means of bringing him out of the daze that he was in.
Half the time I have been in a daze and have not had the least idea what I was doing.
Bland was followed by Perry, who seemed to be in a sort of daze.
The girl apparently was still in too much of a daze to recognize Sorez.
But the man was coming towards them––steadily, and yet as if in a sort of daze.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DAZE
- lead astray
- mess up
- render uncertain
- stir up
- throw off
- throw off balance