Hazed (The Hardy Boys)
Hazed is the 14th book in The Hardy Boys Undercover Brothers series. It was first published in February 2007 by Aladdin Paperbacks an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
Hazed is a dark comedy about three young girls’ perilous journey through the world of sororities and eating disorders. It is a 160-page original graphic novel published by Image Comics in 2008, and is created by Mark Sable (writer of Image's Grounded and Fearless) and Robbi Rodriguez.
Hazed refers to hazing, ritualistic abuse or humiliation used for initiation into a group.
Hazed may also refer to:
- Hazed (The Hardy Boys), the title of a Hardy Boys graphic novel
- Hazed (Image Comics), the title of a 2008 graphic novel by Image Comics
- Haze, an atmospheric phenomenon where dry particles obscure the clarity of the sky
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Haze \Haze\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Hazed (h[=a]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. Hazing.] [Also hase.] [Cf. Sw. haza to hamstring, fr. has hough, OD. h[ae]ssen ham.]
To harass by exacting unnecessary, disagreeable, or difficult work.
To harass or annoy by playing abusive or shameful tricks upon; to humiliate by practical jokes; -- used esp. of college students, as an initiation rite into a fraternity or other group; as, the sophomores hazed a freshman.
1 Affected by haze; hazy. 2 (context of a photograph English) clouded, especially due to accidental exposure to light. 3 (context Australia slang English) drunk. v
(en-past of: haze)
Usage examples of "hazed".
Sensation followed, a sourceless wind of fine energies that hazed through all the five senses.
He looked up now and saw a hazed golden figure through the intricate design, and knew his sister’s voice.
Niun saw the face of Duncan in the reflected light, haggard and swollen-eyed—unprotected by the membrane that hazed Niun’s own vision when the smoke grew thick.
Stone piles raised it a metre above the ground, and there was a veranda right along the front, with drinkers slouched over the railing, glass tankards of beer in their hands, watching the newcomers with hazed eyes.
Smoke hazed the blackened room, small flames licking greedily at the cushions and tattered curtains.
The air hazed over with bright scintillations, thickening protectively around her.
When Murphy switched his retinas to infrared, a distinctive thermal emission hazed around the edge of the pipes like a pink mist.
He was still blind, he was still tied hand and foot, his head was still pounding and his brain was hazed from want of oxygen.
His right eye was hazed and he couldn’t tell whether it was sweat or blood running into it.
His right eye was hazed and he couldn't tell whether it was sweat or blood running into it.
Again, Bulkezu thrust, and Zacharias smashed into the stone behind him, but this time when his head hit his vision hazed and darkened.
Inside, smoke hazed the air, sated with a sour-sweet incense that did not cover the nauseating stink of rancid oil.
Liath had never had trouble seeing in dim light, but the breath of sorcery hazed her vision.