maze maze  /ˈmeɪz/


  1. (n) complex system of paths or tunnels in which it is easy to get lost
  2. (n) something jumbled or confused



  1. The first maze was the human body.
  2. I may have looked like a rank urbanite, but we finished off the maze in short order, which probably surprised our horses more than it did us.
  3. Body of Lies is itself a maze movie, a subgenre that has both its seductions and its brambles.


  1. Former Vol Bobby Maze finding success overseas

    Former Tennessee point guard Bobby Maze is holding a Celebrity Basketball Game in Knoxville featuring NBA stars including Kevin Durant. Maze has been busy and successful since his UT days.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: WBIR-TV Knoxville

  2. 'The Maze Runner' Casts Patricia Clarkson

    Despite more than a month of production deep inside the cinematic labyrinth of "The Maze Runner," another casting announcement for the dystopian drama has founds its way to the wire. Entertainment Weekly reports that Patricia Clarkson has joined the cast of the film in a pivotal role. (One, it should be added, is a spoiler [...]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: MTV

  3. Patricia Clarkson Joins The Maze Runner 's Anthony Breznican is reporting that Oscar-nominated actress Patricia Clarkson is joining the cast of 20th Century Fox's adaptation of James Dasher's best-selling young adult sci-fi novel The Maze Runner . She'll be playing the enigmatic Chancellor Ava Paige, who is testing children in this dystopian world to find the strongest warriors.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Coming Soon

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  1. "Sometime after I left, the town became a maze of charmless Indian strip malls and housing developments. Whenever I go back, I feel what people in Arizona talk about: a sense of loss and anomie and disbelief that anyone can eat food that spicy,"...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Joel Stein Source: Zee News

  2. "It is amazing because of a maze of corridors underneath this pyramid - the visit will be unique," said Hawass, about the pyramid of Amenhemhat III, who ruled during Egypt's 12th dynasty from 1859-1813 BC.
    on Mar 16, 2009 By: Zahi Hawass Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "Our investigation has revealed an abyss where abuse allegations and information go unreported or uninvestigated," Blumenthal said. "We have found a maze of miscommunication and misinformation, where mandated reporters fail to properly...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: WFSB Hartford

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