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Baze

Baze is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Gary Baze (born 1955), American jockey
  • Grant Baze, American bridge player
  • Michael C. Baze (born 1987), American jockey
  • Ralph Baze (21st century), American murderer
  • Russell Baze (born 1958), American jockey
  • Tyler Baze (born 1982), American jockey
  • Winnie Baze (1914−2006), American football player
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baze

vb. (context transitive obsolete English) To stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Usage examples of "baze".

The Questors were similarly allotted, Monsieur Baze to the Sieur Primorin, and General Leflo to Sieur Bertoglio.

Jean-Didier Baze, Representative of the People, and Questor of the National Assembly, carried off by violence from my residence in the Palace of the National Assembly, and conducted to this prison by an armed force which it was impossible for me to resist, protest in the name of the National Assembly and in my own name against the outrage on national representation committed upon my colleagues and upon myself.

This police-van in truth contained, and was carrying away from Paris, the Questor Baze, and the Generals Lamoriciere, Cavaignac, and Changarnier.

Jean-Didier Baze, Representative of the People, and Questor of the National Assembly, carried off by violence from my residence in the Palace of the National Assembly, and conducted to this prison by an armed force which it was impossible for me to resist, protest in the name of the National Assembly and in my own name against the outrage on national representation committed upon my colleagues and upon myself.

Baze noticed on the table a paper which was evidently a jail register, on which were these names, written in the following order: Lamoriciere, Charras, Cavaignac, Changarnier, Leflo, Thiers, Bedeau, Roger (du Nord), Chambolle.