a mullet, Mugil liza, found chiefly in the tropical Atlantic Ocean.
Other definitions for Liza (2 of 2)
a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
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How to use liza in a sentence
His recent video, “Ring Them Bells,” was selected to close liza’s 75th birthday tribute.
Other simple behaviors could help everyone feel safer in classrooms, liza says.
In March, they were in New York and joined by liza Minnelli to catch the opening performance of The Phantom of the Opera.Exclusive: Michael Jackson Hit With New Sex Abuse Claim | Diane Dimond | May 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Sunday night, she was being mauled by liza Minnelli on her way to deliver her acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress.
There was even some unexpected sass, like when she totally dissed liza Minnelli.
There was the jab at a blue-haired liza Minnelli, claiming she was a man in drag masquerading as the Oscar winning legend.Surprise! Ellen DeGeneres is the Best Oscars Host in a Decade | Marlow Stern | March 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Fittingly, I've also dreamed of being hugged by liza Minnelli after winning Best Supporting Actress.
In the shades of the wet road she soon discerned her mother with tall 'liza-Lu and Abraham.
Accompanied by 'liza-Lu and the boy, she again ascended the little lane which secluded the church from the townlet.
Tess stood in reverie a long time before she thought of asking 'liza-Lu to come in and sit down.
People marry sister-laws continually about Marlott; and 'liza-Lu is so gentle and sweet, and she is growing so beautiful.
You know well enough Aunt liza don't need any suggestions about her dinner.Southern Hearts | Florence Hull Winterburn