Fazed vs Hazed - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between fazed and hazed
is that fazed
) while hazed
As an adjective hazed is
affected by haze; hazy.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(informal) To frighten or cause hesitation; to daunt, put off (usually used in the negative), to perturb, to disconcert.
- Jumping out of an airplane does not faze him, yet he is afraid to ride a roller coaster.
* Citations for in the start in 1830; usage was established by 1890.
* The word phase is sometimes used incorrectly for ; they are distinct terms.
Affected by haze; hazy.
* 1923 , (editor), Collected Scientific Papers of John Aitken, LL.D., F.R.S.
* 2004 , Matthew McGuire, Dreams Of Hope ,
- With W., N.W., and N. winds the air is very clear, whereas from all other directions it is very much hazed'. All winds from E. by S. to SW are nearly ten times more ' hazed than those from the NW quadrant.
* 2008 , A. J. Hampton, Hostile Devotions ,
- The images of reality become more and more hazed , more and more dim. Hibernation pulls him away. Floating, the nightmare returns.
(of a photograph) Clouded, especially due to accidental exposure to light.
(Australia, slang) Drunk.
- As she rocked against him, she couldn?t stop watching his murky eyes grow even more hazed .