How to use Daze in a sentence as a noun

The three months after my first startup died I spent mostly half-heartedly applying for jobs and walking around the streets of Palo Alto in sort of a daze; Jiggity spent that time single-handedly creating the best way to watch StarCraft 2 games in the world.

I had poured so much of myself into trying to make the product survive post-acquisition that when they showed me the door, I just sort of walked around in a daze, not realizing what I was supposed to do next.

I had a single day of jury duty two weeks ago and was dumbfounded by how many sheriff's deputies there were wandering around the courthouse in a daze, loitering around the metal detector, setting off the metal detector, speaking at inappropriate volume, eating in unsettling fashion, etc.

And then the 20,000 employees of Apple corporate will walk around in a daze and then collapse to the floor and curl up and die because obviously they couldn't possibly understand what makes Apple special or be a part of how it works or be a critical factor in the success of the most successful consumer electronics business of all time.

Yeah, I enjoyed the irony of the phrase "Its like they are stoned and watching the world pass them by in a daze".

How to use Daze in a sentence as a verb

The first few times I used it I was caught in a daze trying to figure out how to turn the thing off.

Get some treez and stay blazed for a few daze to decompress, then get back to your grind.

Dali did this, but to put himself into the creative delirious state you're in right when you wake up in a daze.

Back in the olden daze, I was taught in college with nothing more than a prof and a blackboard, and I took notes.

Daze definitions


the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally; "his mother's death left him in a daze"; "he was numb with shock"

See also: shock stupor


confusion characterized by lack of clarity

See also: haze


to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light; "She was dazzled by the bright headlights"

See also: dazzle bedazzle


overcome as with astonishment or disbelief; "The news stunned her"

See also: stun bedaze