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50 Mistreated Words and Desecrated Phrases: Going through a faze

I’d like to grab a taser and aim whenever I hear anyone describe another as going through a faze. There’s no such thing.

It’s a phase, not a faze. 

“Faze” is actually a verb. OK, “phase” can be a verb too. In fact, I’d like to phase out the improper use of “faze.”

Here’s a way to save face with this phrase.

Just remember this: It’s OK to be a little fazed sometimes, even when you’re going through a difficult phase.

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