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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of faze.
- adj. caused to show discomposure
“Sevilla, though, could hardly be described as fazed by the arrangement and simply proceeded to wreak havoc on the opposite flank where Steven Whittaker was left exposed at a break by Fernando Navarro, who was hauled down without ceremony by the Rangers full back after only seven minutes.”
“Monarch's shaggy breast and never "fazed" him, nobody openly doubted”
“The woman was not fazed and gently pushed the squirrel back inside her shirt.”
“Mr. Greenberg, who is 33 to Mr. Rasuk's 27, was less fazed by the fandom than his co-star.”
“He also says he is not fazed by his low personal ratings: "I have a clear sense of where the country needs to go and what needs to happen to the party.”
“I actually met Cary Grant at a premiere once and it hardly fazed me.”
“Such stories appear to have fazed few expatriates, and many compare the violence to random attacks in high-crime cities north of the border.”
“Prosecutors rested their case Wednesday after 19 days of testimony that depicted Anthony, 25, as a liar and a party girl who wasn't fazed by her daughter's disappearance.”
“Pangbourne in Berkshire is not fazed by Ed Miliband's lifestyle choices”
“The softly spoken American, the first non-Brit to hold the chief executive job, is a long-standing BP man so might not be overly fazed by the scale of the task.”
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zed ending words
Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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