Definitions

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Elizabeth.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • From the moment he’d appeared, Alec knew this Dr. Jones was a fraud, and from her expression Liz knew it as well.

    Rhapsody In Time

  • From the moment he’d appeared, Alec knew this Dr. Jones was a fraud, and from her expression Liz knew it as well.

    Rhapsody In Time

  • Hazel’s eyes widened as she watched him towel off his extraordinary torso, an expression Liz caught as she shook out the creases in the fresh shirt.

    Rhapsody In Time

  • Hazel’s eyes widened as she watched him towel off his extraordinary torso, an expression Liz caught as she shook out the creases in the fresh shirt.

    Rhapsody In Time

  • Liz is actually the public policy director for the Oregon School Based Health Care Network.

    Family

  • Liz is recovering quickly from her c-section and the twins are – as expected – perfect.

    The Twins

  • Liz is a great friend, in addition to being one fine rebel of a geek.

    Web Teacher › BlogHer09 Recap from the Geek Lab

  • Liz is working full time at the house taking care of the children (and some might argue her husband).

    Friends

  • Liz is running on an accountability platform, and is supportive of the local Tea Party: her website is here.

    Meet Liz Carter (R CAND, GA-04). | RedState

  • But I managed to misplace my keys and Liz is off with the twins looking to replace our dishwasher.

    Weblogs

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