Definition of Bizes

1. bize [n] - See also: bize



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bizes

bizarrenesses
bizarrer
bizarrerie
bizarreries
bizarres
bizarrest
bizarro
bizarros
bizatch
bizatches
bizazz
bizazzes
bizcacha
bizcachas
bize
bizes (current term)
bizet
bizets
bizjet
bizjets
biznaga
biznagas
biznatch
biznatches
bizonal
bizone
bizones
bizspeak
bizygomatic
bizygomatic breadth

Literary usage of Bizes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly (1889)
"A large number of wheels of different shapes and bizes must be used for the various details of a complicated design, guch as a bunch of flowers and fruit, ..."

2. The Speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine: (now Lord Erskine), when at the Bar by James Ridgway, Baron Thomas Erskine Erskine (1813)
"... and the regulation of trial, recites, that, as the law then stood, it often happened, that upon causes going off at the as- bizes, for defect of jurors, ..."

3. New Zealand Official Yearbook by New Zealand Dept. of Statistics (1900)
"During the year ending 31st March, 1899, eighty-nine vessels of various bizes, of an aggregate of 37558 tons, were taken up on the slip for repairs, ..."

4. The Doctor, &c by Robert Southey (1836)
"Again, tbe public is like a nest of patent coffins packed for exportation, one withm another. There are publics of all bizes, from the genus ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly (1889)
"A large number of wheels of different shapes and bizes must be used for the various details of a complicated design, guch as a bunch of flowers and fruit, ..."

6. The Speeches of the Hon. Thomas Erskine: (now Lord Erskine), when at the Bar by James Ridgway, Baron Thomas Erskine Erskine (1813)
"... and the regulation of trial, recites, that, as the law then stood, it often happened, that upon causes going off at the as- bizes, for defect of jurors, ..."

7. New Zealand Official Yearbook by New Zealand Dept. of Statistics (1900)
"During the year ending 31st March, 1899, eighty-nine vessels of various bizes, of an aggregate of 37558 tons, were taken up on the slip for repairs, ..."

8. The Doctor, &c by Robert Southey (1836)
"Again, tbe public is like a nest of patent coffins packed for exportation, one withm another. There are publics of all bizes, from the genus ..."

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