Adverbs for Amaze
perfectly; absolutely; ludicrously; indignantly; honestly; utterly; unboundedly; mutually; bewilderedly; unutterably; speechlessly; blankly; raptly; helplessly; ineffably; dumbfoundedly; haughtily; unconcealedly; senselessly; horribly.
addle; admiration; affect; amazement; astonish; astound; awe; awestrike; baffle; bamboozle; beat; bedaze; bedazzle; bewilder; boggle; bowl down; bowl over; buffalo; confound; confoundment; daze; dazzle; dumbfound; dumbfounder; flabbergast; floor; fuddle; get; impress; keep in suspense; lick; marveling; maze; move; muddle; mystify; nonplus; overwhelm; paralyze; perplex; petrify; puzzle; stagger; startle; stick; strike; strike dead; strike dumb; strike with wonder; stump; stun; stupefy; surprise; take aback; throw; touch; wonderment
From Middle English amasen (“to bewilder, perplex”) from Old English āmasian (“to confuse, astonish”) from ā- (perfective prefix) + *masian (“to confound”) from *mæs (“delusion, bewilderment”) from Proto-Germanic *mas-, *masōnan (“to confound, be weary, dream”) from Proto-Indo-European *mā- (“to stupefy”). Akin to Old Norse masa (“to struggle, be confused”), Ancient Greek μάτη (mátē, “folly”), μέμαα (mémaa, “I was eager”). More at automatic.