- Origin uncertain; perhaps an alteration of disour. (Wiktionary)
“Anticyras; a common proverb among the Greeks and Latins, to bid a dizzard or a mad man go take hellebore; as in Lucian,”
“Et caepas simul alliumque ructat  — si quando ad thalamum, &c., how like a dizzard, a fool, an ass, he looks, how like a clown he behaves himself!”
“By the time grandfather was a half-grown boy, big enough to join in the rough crowd of village lads who tormented Jed, the old dizzard had been for years the local butt.”
“A whole lot of the neighbors had come in to watch with him, and even then, with the old dizzard actually dying, they were making a fool of him.”
“-- Thou idle, gaping dizzard [fool]! and I have to ask thee yet again what is come of aught, it shall be with mine hand about thine ears!”
“ gull, a dizzard, an illiterate idiot, an outside, a glowworm, a proud fool, an arrant ass, Ventris et inguinis mancipium, a slave to his lust and belly, solaque libidine fortis.”
“ when thou art a dizzard thyself: quod prodest, Pontice, longo stemmate censeri?”
“Come back and shut the door, thou blundering dizzard!”
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Fo' shizzle my chizzle, here's a lizzle!
Those who are easily duped.
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