noun Chiefly Dialect.
Origin of izzard
Examples from the Web for izzard
Contemporary Examples of izzard
Izzard, dressed like a riverboat gambler, plays a smooth-talking mogul named Tiny Diamonds.Jude Law in Drag
September 23, 2009
Historical Examples of izzard
For the carcass of an izzard he received only ten francs; and for the skins two or three more!
The visitors were fond of izzard, and called for it at the table.
The hotel-keeper knows this, and often makes ‘Nanny’ do duty for izzard.
Tom told the story of Jake Johnson on the Izzard plantation.
Mr. Izzard might return in search of his overseer at any moment.
Word Origin for izzard
old name for "Z," 1738, a variant of zed.