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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bedizen.
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Having moved past the taboo of making up, “it is the very best upper-crustdom that puts aside tradition and authority and bedizens itself as much as it pleases.”
Man, from the quantity of that metal with which he bedizens waistcoat, fingers, &c. During my stay at New Orleans, he appeared decked with such an astounding gem, that it called forth the following notice from the press: --
Fame is an undertaker that pays but little attention to the living, but who bedizens the dead, furnishes out their funerals and follows them to the grave.
She is accessory and ancillary to Love; she bedizens Love, she tricks her out in gay apparel.