Origin of izzard
How to use izzard in a sentence
Izzard, dressed like a riverboat gambler, plays a smooth-talking mogul named Tiny Diamonds.
She's a gossip, Betty is, and who so delightful to gossip with as an old man who's known your whole life from A to izzard?Dorothy at Skyrie|Evelyn Raymond
There isn't a thing on God's footstool from a to izzard I won't forgive you, my precious girl!A Girl Of The Limberlost|Gene Stratton Porter
Zed, zed, n. the letter Z, also called zee and izzard: a bar of metal of form similar to the letter Z.
But they only begged me to look where they had put Billy Izzard's two sketches—one on either side of the verandah door.
Billy Izzard's sketches on our walls shook to my tread, and passing vans made the very foundations tremble.