miz·maze \ ˈmizˌmāz \
- A confused maze; a labyrinth.
- Confusion; bewilderment.
He left her then in a mizmaze of deep reflections; but he didn’t go until they’d ordained to meet again.
The Torch and Other Tales
But to the end of his days, when he heard mention of fairies and brownies, his mind wandered off in a mizmaze.
The Junior Classics — Volume 6 Old-Fashioned Tales
But so cunningly contrived a mizmaze was never seen in the world, before nor since.
They come along so fast that I was all in a mizmaze trying to keep track on ’em.
Explorers of the Dawn
The word ‘mizmaze’ is a reduplication of the word ‘maze’.