craze

All Noun
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  • You walk about as if half crazed, and see nothing all around you. Cited from Plays, by Alexander Ostrovsky
  • He will get over this craze for me and want one of his own kind. Cited from The Heart of the Desert, by Honore' Willsie Morrow
  • You London people love a new man just as you do a new craze. Cited from Quisante, by Anthony Hope
  • Then with three long steps, he placed himself in the way of the half-crazed man. Cited from That Printer of Udell's, by Harold Bell Wright
  • I cannot understand the craze the boy has taken for this companion of his. Cited from A Dog with a Bad Name, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • I was too crazed in mind to think clearly on any subject. Cited from Fifteen Years in Hell, by Luther Benson
  • What harm could come from their calling on the poor, half-crazed girl? Cited from Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • His father seeing this craze was inspired to send him to a drawing school.
  • The game came out during the height of the role-playing game craze in the early 1980s.
  • The thought that I had seen her before almost crazed me. Cited from Maj. Roger Sherman Potter, by F. Colburn Adams
  • They men were becoming a bit crazed due to the lack of water and the heat.
  • It must come to an end some day like all crazes, but at the present moment it has destroyed society. Cited from My First Years As A Frenchwoman, 1876-1879, by Mary King Waddington
  • Why, when we hit London the craze was just striking in over there. Cited from Shorty McCabe on the Job, by Sewell Ford
  • The golf craze has been greater this autumn than in any previous year. Cited from The Healthy Life, Vol. V, Nos. 24-28, ed. by Charles William Daniel
  • The crazed father had led them a mad race, but they had kept up with him. Cited from The Courage of Marge O'Doone, by James Oliver Curwood
  • There was a craze for higher education among all sections of the people, particularly the students.
  • The craze continued in America until the late 1930s before the public lost interest.
  • Since then he has been almost or quite crazed. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, January 1873, Vol. 11, Nol. 22, by Various
  • They had been standing just outside the door, half-crazed with grief. Cited from Which?, by Ernest Daudet
  • I am sure now that my child is dead, and that his father is crazed with grief. Cited from The Desired Woman, by Will N. Harben
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Words starting with craze

Meaning of craze

  • noun State of violent mental agitation
  • noun A fine crack in a glaze or other surface
  • verb Develop a fine network of cracks
    Crazed ceramics