di·zen (dīzən, dĭzən)
tr.v. di·zened, di·zen·ing, di·zens
To deck out in fine clothes and ornaments; bedizen.
[Possibly Middle Dutch disen, to prepare a distaff with flax for spinning, from Middle Low German dise, disene, bunch of flax.]
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