Maze

A maze is a tour puzzle in the form of a complex branching passage through which the solver must find a route. The pathways and walls in a maze are fixed, and puzzles in which the walls and paths can change during the game are categorised as tour puzzles. The Cretan labyrinth is the oldest known maze. Technically the maze is distinguished from the...
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Maże

Before 1945 the area was part of Germany (East Prussia). ...
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Maze

• (v. t.) To perplex greatly; to bewilder; to astonish and confuse; to amaze. • (n.) A wild fancy; a confused notion. • (v. i.) To be bewildered. • (n.) Confusion of thought; perplexity; uncertainty; state of bewilderment. • (n.) A confusing and baffling network, as of paths or passages; an intricacy; a labyrinth.Maze: word...
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(from the article `animal learning`) In the psychologist`s laboratory, the primary method of studying spatial learning has been to put a rat in a maze and watch how it finds its way to ...
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(from the article `Canyonlands National Park`) The Maze is remote, with dirt roads accessible only to four-wheel-drive vehicles. It borders the Island of the Sky and the Green River to the ...
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(from the article `Northern Ireland`) Throughout the Troubles, the Maze prison, located 10 miles (16 km) west of Belfast at a former Royal Air Force airfield, was a symbolic centre of the ...
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(from the article `number game`) A maze having only one entrance and one exit can be solved by placing one hand against either wall and keeping it there while traversing it; the exit ...
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maze

(māz) a complicated system of intersecting paths used in intelligence tests and in demonstrating learning in experimental animals.
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maze

labyrinth noun complex system of paths or tunnels in which it is easy to get lost
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Maze

[electoral ward] Maze (an Mhaigh, `the plain`) is an electoral ward, (and a townland), in the Lisburn City Council area of Northern Ireland. It predominantly lies in County Down although its northwestern corner lies in County Antrim, the division being the River Lagan. The Maze electoral ward consists of the settlements of Mazetown, Long Ke...
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Maze

[solitaire] Maze is a Patience game using a deck of 52 playing cards. Although the words maze and labyrinth are synonymous with each other, this game and the solitaire game of Labyrinth should not be confused with each other because they are different in the manner of game play and dealing. In fact, this game is more akin to another solitai...
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Maze

Maze intransitive verb To be bewildered. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Maze

Maze noun [ Middle English mase ; confer Middle English masen to confuse, puzzle, Norweg. masast to fall into a slumber, masa to be continually busy, prate, chatter, Icelandic masa to chatter, dial. Swedish masa to bask, be slow, work slowly and lazily, ma...
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Maze

Maze transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mazed ; present participle & verbal noun Mazing .] To perplex greatly; to bewilder; to astonish and confuse; to amaze. South.
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A labyrinth; frequently used to study higher functions of the nervous system in rats. ... Origin: M.E. Masen, to confuse ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Maze

A maze is a confusing network of passages and winding interconnecting paths.
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Maze

a network of paths (as opposed to passages) laid out in a puzzling pattern (see Labyrinth).
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Labyrinth rock carving found inside a Neolithic tomb A network of winding and interconnected passageways that a traveler must negotiate in order to reach some goal. The terms 'maze' and 'labyrinth' are often used interchangeably, though sometimes a distinction is made based on the layout. A lab...
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maze (from Old English, not Greek or Latin) 1. A network of paths, streets, or passageways in which a walker or driver might easily become lost in a maze of narrow passageways. 2. Any confusing tangle or muddle; for example, of regulations or procedures, that are difficult to negotiate. 3. An intricate, usually confusing network of inte...
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maze, detail of landscape gardening based on the Greek labyrinth, consisting of intricate paths or alleys lined with high hedges and having a center and exit difficult to find. It was a prominent feature in the formal English gardens of the 17th and 18th cent., the most notable being that of Hampton...
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maze

Type: Term Pronunciation: māz Definitions: 1. A labyrinth; frequently used to study higher functions of the nervous system in rats.
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maze

[n] - complex system of paths or tunnels in which it is easy to get lost
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