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adj. maz·i·er, maz·i·est
Resembling a maze, as in design or complexity; labyrinthine.

maz′i·ly adv.
maz′i·ness n.


adj, mazier or maziest
of or like a maze; perplexing or confused
ˈmazily adv
ˈmaziness n


(ˈmeɪ zi)

adj. -zi•er, -zi•est.
resembling a maze.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mazy - resembling a labyrinth in form or complexitymazy - resembling a labyrinth in form or complexity; "a labyrinthine network of tortuous footpaths"
complex - complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts; "a complex set of variations based on a simple folk melody"; "a complex mass of diverse laws and customs"


adjective twisting, winding, twisting and turning, serpentine, labyrinthine We ran through mazy backyards towards the hill.
References in classic literature ?
Deep into distant woodlands winds a mazy way, reaching to overlapping spurs of mountains bathed in their hill-side blue.
The color of his skin differed from that of most around him, being richer and darker, the latter having been produced by certain delicate and mazy lines of complicated and yet beautiful figures, which had been traced over most of his person by the operation of tattooing.
These men would set out from Montreal with canoes well stocked with goods, with arms and ammunition, and would make their way up the mazy and wandering rivers that interlace the vast forests of the Canadas, coasting the most remote lakes, and creating new wants and habitudes among the natives.
Just as far as the eye could reach, these painted lights were massed together-- like a vast garden of many-colored flowers, except that these blossoms were never still; they were ceaselessly gliding in and out, and mingling together, and seducing you into bewildering attempts to follow their mazy evolutions.
country-dances being low, were utterly proscribed) and so gained an advantage over his rival, who sat despondingly in a corner and contemplated the glorious figure of the young lady as she moved through the mazy dance.
After the June baby and I had been welcomed back by the other two with as many hugs as though we had been restored to them from great perils, and while we were peacefully drinking tea under a beech tree, I happened to look up into its mazy green, and there, on a branch quite close to my head, sat a little baby owl.
So Allan sang till the great round silver moon gleamed with its clear white light amid the upper tangle of the mazy branches of the trees.
Alloa got one back in 82 minutes through Iain Flannigan after a mazy run.
Evan Regan bagged the first goal before the impressive O'Connor netted after a mazy run.
The local boy with the mazy dribble and cannonball shot also won two Scotland caps in 1951 and scored on his debut against Northern Ireland.
A MAZY dribble through Boro's Ayresome Park glory days is one of the highlights of Middlesbrough Local History Month this weekend.
Rooney has already scored five times and it was his mazy run and shot that resulted in the own-goal in midweek that ultimately proved decisive.