[ dahy-zuhn, diz-uhn ]
/ ˈdaɪ zən, ˈdɪz ən /
verb (used with object) Archaic.
to deck with clothes or finery; bedizen.
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Ye think ye've a hard time o't, but there's waur things than sewin' jackets at thirteenpence the dizen.'The Guinea Stamp|Annie S. Swan
British Dictionary definitions for dizen
/ (ˈdaɪzən) /
an archaic word for bedizen
Derived forms of dizendizenment, noun
Word Origin for dizen
C16: from Middle Dutch dīsen to dress a distaff with flax; see distaff
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