faze faze  /ˈfeɪz/


  • (v) disturb the composure of



  1. The litany of crises would give an army of economists the shakes, but it doesn't seem to faze the 54-year-old Summers.
  2. That there was no medical research to support the idea didn't faze him.
  3. Still, he insists, it doesn't really faze him.


  1. 3 Reasons Pandora Should Worry About Apple's iTunes Radio

    The iRadio rollout didn't faze Pandora investors at first, but it could be problematic.        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Motley Fool

  2. Recent loss doesn’t faze Bolt

    Superstar sprinter Usain Bolt of Jamaica sounds unfazed by losing in a recent meet.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Seattle Times

  3. Pisces

    Nothing seems to faze you, and that's just as well because some people will go out of their way to infuriate you today. They can't help the way they are - not everyone can be a big-hearted Pisces...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Post


  1. Glenn McGrath told Denton: "Didn't faze me at all. Yeah, I guess you look at it and think, 'Well, this is what we had to do at the time to save Jane's life.' And, you know, I never looked at it as anything horrible or bad."
    on Jun 22, 2008 By: Glenn McGrath Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. Jewell, whose side are bottom of the table, said: "Danny has been playing at the highest level for a long time now, including a World Cup for England, so nothing will faze him. He is a hardened battler and will be great in the dressing room. With...
    on Jan 4, 2008 By: Paul Jewell Source: The Times

  3. "He's one of those players who comes along every now and again that no matter what age they are, the situation of the game or the quality of the opposition just doesn't seem to faze them," Haddin said last night. "He's just one of those guys...
    on Feb 19, 2009 By: Brad Haddin Source: The Age

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