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amazed

[uh-meyzd]
adjective
greatly surprised; astounded; suddenly filled with wonder: The magician made the dove disappear before our amazed eyes.

Origin:
1200–50; Middle English; see amaze, -ed2

amazedly [uh-mey-zid-lee] , adverb
amazedness, noun
unamazed, adjective
unamazedly, adverb
unamazedness, noun
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amaze
early 13c., amasian "stupefy, make crazy," from a-, probably used here as an intensive prefix, + -masian, related to maze (q.v.). Sense of "overwhelm with wonder" is from 1590s.
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