- a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
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Examples from the Web for eliza
“Like Gwyneth Paltrow,” Eliza replies, finally understanding the concept of inner beauty.
Eliza was the ugly duckling of her high school, voted “Most Butt” of her senior class.
She worked with Eliza Reid, a Canadian based in the Icelandic capital, to set up the gathering.Want to Write a Book? Go to Iceland
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Think of the chain set off when Audrey Hepburn, and not Julie Andrews, was cast as Eliza Doolittle.Is Broadway Being Destroyed by Hollywood?
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He had a vision for this Eliza Doolittle of neighborhoods, too.Graffiti-Covered Wynwood Is Quickly Becoming Miami’s Hippest New Neighborhood
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Eliza replied, with the superior air of one who knows all about things.
"Indeed he does not," Eliza grumbled; "or not as often as the rest of us," she added.
"Here we are, Saveria," Eliza cried in reply, but making no move to retire.
But Eliza was so afraid of her uncle the canon's fruit that I dared her to take some; and we did.
With the same dejected air, Eliza answered as before, "No, madame."