Definition of 'mazy'
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They could easily have had more, with Sterling hitting the frame of the goal after a mazy run that took him past five players. The Sun (2016)No samba style and no mazy dribbles or showboating. The Sun (2014)The tricky winger then saw another effort go narrowly wide of the near post after another mazy dribble. The Sun (2013)Fifteen seconds of brilliance came out in one mazy, long run that showed his ability to destroy teams. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His mazy, weaving run half the length of the pitch was the one moment that came close to taking your breath away. The Sun (2014)It is unlikely to make much difference in the long (mazy and pointless) run. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Seville is sensational in April, its mazy medieval lanes soaked in sun and scented with orange blossom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This included a mazy run to set up his team's third goal, having scored the first himself. The Sun (2008)
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