hazed

Hazed vs Haked - What's the difference?

hazed | haked |


As verbs the difference between hazed and haked

is that hazed is (haze) while haked is (hake).

As an adjective hazed

is affected by haze; hazy.

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

Mazed vs Hazed - What's the difference?

mazed | hazed |


As verbs the difference between mazed and hazed

is that mazed is (maze) while hazed is (haze).

As an adjective hazed is

affected by haze; hazy.

Hared vs Hazed - What's the difference?

hared | hazed |


As verbs the difference between hared and hazed

is that hared is (hare) while hazed is (haze).

As an adjective hazed is

affected by haze; hazy.

Hazed vs Razed - What's the difference?

hazed | razed |


As verbs the difference between hazed and razed

is that hazed is (haze) while razed is (raze).

As adjectives the difference between hazed and razed

is that hazed is affected by haze; hazy while razed is (obsolete) slashed or striped in patterns.

Hazed vs Lazed - What's the difference?

hazed | lazed |


As verbs the difference between hazed and lazed

is that hazed is (haze) while lazed is (laze).

As an adjective hazed

is affected by haze; hazy.

Hated vs Hazed - What's the difference?

hated | hazed |


As adjectives the difference between hated and hazed

is that hated is of something disliked; odious while hazed is affected by haze; hazy.

As verbs the difference between hated and hazed

is that hated is (hate) while hazed is (haze).

Hazed vs Hazer - What's the difference?

hazed | hazer |


As a verb hazed

is (haze).

As an adjective hazed

is affected by haze; hazy.

As a noun hazer is

one who administers acts of hazing.

Hazed vs Dazed - What's the difference?

hazed | dazed |


As verbs the difference between hazed and dazed

is that hazed is past tense of haze while dazed is past tense of daze.

As adjectives the difference between hazed and dazed

is that hazed is affected by haze; hazy while dazed is in a state of shock or confusion.

Hazel vs Hazed - What's the difference?

hazel | hazed |


As a proper noun hazel

is from the plant or colour hazel popular in the us at the turn of the 20th century.

As a verb hazed is

(haze).

As an adjective hazed is

affected by haze; hazy.

Hazed vs Unhazed - What's the difference?

hazed | unhazed |


As adjectives the difference between hazed and unhazed

is that hazed is affected by haze; hazy while unhazed is not hazed (visually obscured by a haze).

As a verb hazed

is (haze).

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