Origin of lizzie
Definition for lizzie (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lizzie
The Walking Dead piled up an impressive body count in 2014, with Lizzie, Hershel, and Beth among its major casualties.The Red Viper, Zoe Barnes, and the Best Fictional Deaths of 2014|Melissa Leon|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Andrew Borden, his two daughters, Lizzie and Emma, and his wife, Abby, lived in the stately abode at 92 Second Street.
The Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast has a tendency to lose its guests in the middle of the night.
After 90 minutes of deliberation, the jury found that the evidence was insufficient and acquitted Lizzie.
On the piano is a portrait of Lizzie, and replica skulls of the Bordens are displayed in the dining room.
"I think, when I see her, I will tell her all about my Lizzie," he said.The Incomplete Amorist|E. Nesbit
Lizzie, indeed, is fond of work; she is busy all day long, and it is evident that her sewing-machine is not allowed to rust.
I thought of the temptations which surrounded a young girl like Lizzie--she is very, very pretty, dear girl!
Lizzie—Great mercy, boy, you ought to have a pain in de chest.
Lizzie's words fell from her with extreme rapidity, and she had become almost out of breath from the effects of her own energy.The Eustace Diamonds|Anthony Trollope
Word Origin and History for lizzie
pet form of fem. proper name Elizabeth, used colloquially for "a motor car" (especially an early-model Ford) from 1913; also tin lizzie.