Definition for A-MAZE'

A-MAZE', v.t. [Qu. Ar. عَمَسَ amasa, to perplex or confuse; or from maze.]

To confound with fear, sudden surprise, or wonder; to astonish. They shall be afraid; they shall be amazed at one another. – Is. xiii. They were all amazed, and glorified God. – Mark ii. Luke v. This word implies astonishment or perplexity, arising from something extraordinary, unexpected, unaccountable, or frightful.

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