Definition of Rizzart

1. rizard [n -S] - See also: rizard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rizzart

riyaz
riz
riza
rizard
rizards
rizas
rizatriptan
rize
riziform
rizla
rizlas
rizzar
rizzared
rizzaring
rizzars
rizzart (current term)
rizzarts
rizzer
rizzered
rizzering
rizzers
rizzor
rizzored
rizzoring
rizzors
rmgroup
rmgrouped
rmgrouping
rmgroups
rngs

Literary usage of Rizzart

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1833)
"... boiled whole ; a cold hen, left from the dinner the day before, just wanting a wing; four rizzart haddocks, every one of them as big as a wee whale; ..."

2. The Life of Sir David Wilkie: With His Journals, Tours, and Critical Remarks by Allan Cunningham, Peter Cunningham (1843)
"We had, I remember, rizzart trouts— yellow fins, as Hogg used to call them—from the Yarrow, and a fry of parrs from Douglas burn, the most delicious of all ..."

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