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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of haze.
- adj. Affected by haze; hazy.
- adj. Clouded, especially due to accidental exposure to light.
- adj. (slang) Drunk.
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Was just kind of hazed there for a second, I thought I was on fire, so I kind of rolled around a little bit.
I attended the public schools where I was properly "hazed" and got what was "coming" to all country boys; finally I graduated under the tutelage of Dr. Joseph Finch (a patriot indeed, who made a lasting impress for earnestness on thousands of boys), and then went to business as an entry clerk with a large importing metal house, where I remained until the war broke out.
Slowly the longhorns, the shorthorns and cattle with no horns at all, had been "hazed" in from their feeding grounds toward
At times they were "hazed," or driven to other feeding places, or to water, until such time as they were collected and driven to the railroad to be shipped.
Your strength in the country comes from the feeling on the part of the people that under no circumstances can you be "hazed" by any class.
The animal merely snarled and gave ground, while gradually Panchito "hazed" him until the frightened creature was headed at right angles to the course he had originally pursued.
Is anyone else being "hazed" by their cooperating teacher?
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"hazed," and taunted, and called "E Plury," and his beak and claws inquired after, through the freshman year.
New York Republicans are in a hazed, happy, state this morning.
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