fazed

Fazed vs Frazzled - What's the difference?

fazed | frazzled |


As verbs the difference between fazed and frazzled

is that fazed is (faze) while frazzled is (frazzle).

As an adjective frazzled is

frayed at the edges.

Bother vs Fazed - What's the difference?

bother | fazed |


As verbs the difference between bother and fazed

is that bother is to annoy, to disturb, to irritate while fazed is past tense of faze.

As a noun bother

is fuss, ado.

As an interjection bother

is a mild expression of annoyance.

Fazed vs Phased - What's the difference?

fazed | phased |


As verbs the difference between fazed and phased

is that fazed is past tense of faze while phased is past tense of phase.

Faxed vs Fazed - What's the difference?

faxed | fazed |


As verbs the difference between faxed and fazed

is that faxed is (fax) while fazed is (faze).

As an adjective faxed

is (obsolete) having a head of hair; hairy.

Fazed vs Faked - What's the difference?

fazed | faked |


As verbs the difference between fazed and faked

is that fazed is (faze) while faked is (fake).

Fazed vs Fazes - What's the difference?

fazed | fazes |


As verbs the difference between fazed and fazes

is that fazed is past tense of faze while fazes is third-person singular of faze.

Fazed vs Faced - What's the difference?

fazed | faced |


As verbs the difference between fazed and faced

is that fazed is past tense of faze while faced is past tense of face.

As an adjective faced is

drunk.

Fazed vs Hazed - What's the difference?

fazed | hazed |


As verbs the difference between fazed and hazed

is that fazed is past tense of faze while hazed is past tense of haze.

As an adjective hazed is

affected by haze; hazy.

Gazed vs Fazed - What's the difference?

gazed | fazed |


As verbs the difference between gazed and fazed

is that gazed is past tense of gaze while fazed is past tense of faze.

Razed vs Fazed - What's the difference?

razed | fazed |


As verbs the difference between razed and fazed

is that razed is (raze) while fazed is (faze).

As an adjective razed

is (obsolete) slashed or striped in patterns.

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