[dahy-zuh n, diz-uh n]
verb (used with object) Archaic.
to deck with clothes or finery; bedizen.
Origin of dizen
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Related Words for dizendrape, swaddle, swathe, fit, cloak, disguise, attire, equip, dress, gown, vest, habit, accouter, garb, mantle, costume, spruce, rig, array, endue
Examples from the Web for dizen
Historical Examples of dizen
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
Word Origin for dizen
C16: from Middle Dutch dīsen to dress a distaff with flax; see distaff
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