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1. craze

noun. ['ˈkreɪz'] an interest followed with exaggerated zeal.

Synonyms

  • fashion
  • fad
  • furor
  • furore
  • cult

Antonyms

  • sanity
  • order
  • inferior
  • stay

Etymology

  • crasen (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Craze

  • compusa's
  • communiques
  • dismutase
  • urokinase
  • indosuez
  • delosreyes
  • chevrolets
  • chevrolet's
  • santa-fe's
  • reappraise
  • portrays
  • polonaise
  • pinochet's
  • overplays
  • displays
  • cabernets
  • touvier's
  • replays
  • rephrase
  • piaget's
  • mcveigh's
  • lyonnaise
  • lyonnais
  • lescaze
  • jouret's
  • dossiers
  • dismays
  • delhaize
  • defrays
  • conveys

How do you pronounce craze?

Pronounce craze as kreɪz.

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Sentences with craze


1. Noun, singular or mass
The juice craze is taking the world by storm — and for good reason.

2. Verb, base form
Glazes are a very thin coating, so most will craze quite easily.

2. craze

noun. ['ˈkreɪz'] state of violent mental agitation.

Synonyms

  • epidemic hysertia
  • delirium
  • nympholepsy
  • mania
  • hysteria
  • manic disorder
  • mass hysteria
  • frenzy

Etymology

  • crasen (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. craze

verb. ['ˈkreɪz'] develop a fine network of cracks.

Etymology

  • crasen (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. craze

noun. ['ˈkreɪz'] a fine crack in a glaze or other surface.

Antonyms

  • balance

Etymology

  • crasen (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. craze

verb. ['ˈkreɪz'] cause to go crazy; cause to lose one's mind.

Synonyms

  • unbalance
  • derange

Etymology

  • crasen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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