dizen definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic To deck out in fine clothing and ornaments; bedizen.
    • To dress; to attire.
    • To dress gaudily; to overdress; to bedizen; to deck aside.
    • Archaic To deck out in fine garments and ornaments; bedizen.
    • To dress; to attire.
    • To dress gaudily; to overdress; to bedizen; to deck out.
    • Archaic To deck call at good clothing and ornaments; bedizen.
    • To dress; to attire.
    • To dress gaudily; to overdress; to bedizen; to deck out.
  • verb:
    • To outfit with flax for rotating.
    • To outfit with clothes; attire; deck; bedizen.
    • To dress showily; adorn; dress away.
    • dress garishly and tastelessly
    • To dress with flax for rotating.
    • To dress with garments; attire; deck; bedizen.
    • To outfit showily; adorn; dress out.
    • liven up garishly and tastelessly
    • To dress with flax for rotating.
    • To outfit with garments; attire; deck; bedizen.
    • To outfit showily; decorate; dress away.
    • dress garishly and tastelessly
  • others:
    • To dress with flax for rotating, as a distaff.
    • To dress with clothing; attire; deck; bedizen.
    • To outfit with flax for rotating, as a distaff.
    • To dress with garments; attire; deck; bedizen.
    • To outfit with flax for rotating, as a distaff.
    • To dress with clothing; outfit; deck; bedizen.

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