[ liz-ee ]

Origin of lizzie

First recorded in 1910–15

Words Nearby lizzie Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use lizzie in a sentence

  • Of all the free-and-easy young women I had ever met with, that same lizzie was the freest and easiest.

  • Madam lizzie rose in rebellion, accused Scott of being no gentleman, and insisted upon her right to be enlightened.

  • “There I shall be to-morrow, at the old work, and you can both come and see me at it,” said lizzie.

  • Miss Panken sat sipping a cup of tea; lizzie a tumbler of hot water that gave forth a suspicious odour.

  • If lizzie did not know he had come down here, or that his family lived here, or anything about them, she could not follow him.