\\ˈwizəld\ adjective
Etymology: wizen (I) + -led (as in shrivelled, wrinkled)
: being wizened and shriveled — usually used with up

a little old woman with a wizzled up face — Knickerbocker

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • wizzled — wiz·zled …   English syllables

  • warzle — Cleveland Dialect List to wheedle, to obtain by flattery or cajolery: they wizzled it out of him , a warzling sort of a body …   English dialects glossary

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