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CRAZE, verb transitive [See Crush.]

1. To break; to weaken; to break or impair the natural force or energy of.

Till length of years, and sedentary numbness, craze my limbs.

2. To crush in pieces; to grind to powder; as, to craze tin.

3. To crack the brain; to shatter; to impair the intellect; as, to be crazed with love or grief.