Amaizing vs. Amazing: What's the Difference?
"Amaizing" is a misspelling. The correct spelling is "Amazing," which means causing great surprise or wonder.
Which is correct: Amaizing or Amazing
How to spell Amazing?
Amaizing is Incorrect
Amazing is Correct
Think of the word "maze" and remember there's no "ai" in "amazing."
Recall the base verb "amaze" and simply add "ing."
Associate the word with "amazement" which also has a single "a."
Use mnemonic: "A maze is puzzling, but spelling shouldn’t be."
Remember, it's "amazing" like "raising" or "blazing."
Amaizing and Amazing Definitions
Amaizing is an incorrect spelling of Amazing.
Surprising and difficult to believe.
It's amazing how much she's grown in a year.
Extremely good or impressive.
He's an amazing guitar player.
Stirring strong emotions, especially of admiration.
The view from the mountain top was amazing.
Indicating a strong, positive response.
The concert last night was absolutely amazing.
Causing great wonder or astonishment.
The magic trick was truly amazing.
To affect with great wonder; astonish.
(Obsolete) To bewilder; perplex.
To cause great wonder or astonishment
A sight that amazes.
Present participle of amaze
Causing wonder and amazement; very surprising.
(informal) Possessing uniquely wonderful qualities; very good.
Causing amazement; very wonderful; as, amazing grace.
She does an amazing amount of work
The dog was capable of astonishing tricks
Inspiring awe or admiration or wonder;
New York is an amazing city
The Grand Canyon is an awe-inspiring sight
The awesome complexity of the universe
This sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul beneath
Westminster Hall's awing majesty, so vast, so high, so silent
What is the pronunciation of Amazing?
What is the verb form of Amazing?
What is the root word of Amazing?
Which vowel is used before Amazing?
It depends on the context, but commonly "an" as in "an amazing."
What is the singular form of Amazing?
Amazing (It's an adjective and doesn't have a typical singular/plural form).
Which conjunction is used with Amazing?
No specific conjunction is predominantly associated with "amazing."
Why is it called Amazing?
The word "amazing" derives from the verb "amaze," indicating the action of causing surprise or wonder.
What is the plural form of Amazing?
Amazing (adjectives don’t typically have plural forms in English).
Is Amazing a countable noun?
No, it's an adjective.
Is the Amazing term a metaphor?
No, but it can be used in metaphorical expressions.
Is Amazing an adverb?
Is Amazing an abstract noun?
What part of speech is Amazing?
What is another term for Amazing?
Which preposition is used with Amazing?
"At" as in "amazed at something."
Which article is used with Amazing?
Both "a" and "an" can be used, depending on the word that follows.
What is the opposite of Amazing?
Boring or mundane.
Is Amazing a noun or adjective?
Is Amazing a negative or positive word?
Is the word Amazing imperative?
How do we divide Amazing into syllables?
Which determiner is used with Amazing?
"This" as in "this amazing opportunity."
What is the second form of Amazing?
N/A (The past form of the verb is "amazed").
Is Amazing a vowel or consonant?
It's a word, not a single letter.
Is Amazing a collective noun?
What is the first form of Amazing?
N/A (The base form of the verb is "amaze").
What is the third form of Amazing?
N/A (The past participle of the verb is "amazed").
How many syllables are in Amazing?
What is a stressed syllable in Amazing?
The second syllable, "maz."
How is Amazing used in a sentence?
The sunset over the ocean was truly amazing.
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