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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of craze.

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Examples

  • I feel that it is like other 'crazes' or 'addictions', the initial engagement stage is the most intense and then it settles down into being a more workable scenario.

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  • I feel that it is like other 'crazes' or 'addictions', the initial engagement stage is the most intense and then it settles down into being a more workable scenario.

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  • As the pot cools such a glaze often 'crazes' and the tiny cracksso produced mean that an incomplete impervious glaze coating forms.

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  • The critics term these successes of some recent fictions "crazes," but they are really sustained by some desirable qualities -- they are cleverly written, and they are for the moment undoubtedly entertaining.

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  • The critics term these successes of some recent fictions "crazes," but they are really sustained by some desirable qualities -- they are cleverly written, and they are for the moment undoubtedly entertaining.

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  • During the dance crazes of the 1910s and 1920s, a few were spotted in the nightclubs.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Bikini Bottom is periodically swept by fads and crazes, its denizens rushing around in a volatile teenybopper horde, cheering or booing or raving on the beach to shudders of Dick Dale-ish guitar.

    SpongeBob's Golden Dream

  • Put them down again, or you'll never nominate any songs about dance styles and crazes.

    Readers recommend: songs about dance styles

  • America has always loved Latin American dance music – from tango to cha-cha-cha to bossa nova – but none of these crazes were quite as big as mambo.

    Perez Prado goes to Hollywood

  • Closer to home, providers have ginned up all sorts of ways to play the latest crazes.

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