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Lizbeth

[ liz-beth, -buhth ]
/ ˈlɪzˌbɛθ, -bəθ /
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noun

a female given name, form of Elizabeth.

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How to use Lizbeth in a sentence

  • "Very well, Lizbeth," said Virginia, listlessly sitting down on the hall sofa.

    The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
  • I wish we had brought a glass for you to drink the bride and bridegroom's health, Aunt 'Lizbeth.'

  • "I wish you'd been thar, Lizbeth," said her admiring husband.

    Honey-Sweet|Edna Turpin
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