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Don’t learn this in stages: Fazed vs. phased

Hopefully 240_F_57887779_53p7xP8ePaHtFEd5ASQf6S8S0e69GAcC you’ll be able to learn in one quick shot the difference between the words fazed and phased.

Fazed is a verb meaning to disturb or to cause one to feel disconcerted: Charlie was not fazed by his girlfriend’s temper-tantrum.

Phased is to carry out a plan in gradual steps: The new computer system will be phased in over the next several months.

If you can’t remember the difference, hopefully you’re editor won’t be fazed (er, bothered) by this.

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