amaze (verb) past tense: amazed LISTEN
Amaze means ‘to overwhelm with surprise or wonder.’
- Steve was amazed every time he saw the sun rise over the mountain.
- You amaze me with your intelligence.
- The magician's tricks amazed the children.
The expression, never cease to amaze, is a way to emphasize that something is amazing. Example: “My grandson’s intelligence never ceases to amaze me.” “You never cease to amaze me.”
amazing: causing astonishment, wonder or admiration. Example: “What an amazing view!”
In pop culture
Watch Aerosmith’s video of their song “Amazing.”
And now for something completely different, listen to Aretha Franklin sing “Amazing Grace.”
There are other meanings of amaze.
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