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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: feeze 'to drive away, frighten', from Old English fesian

faze

verb
     
faze [transitive] informal
if a new or difficult situation fazes you, it makes you feel confused or shocked, so that you do not know what to do:
John was embarrassed, but it didn't faze Mike a bit.

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