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  • n. Plural form of fizz.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fizz.


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  • I make gin fizzes like this: some simple syrup some lemon and lime an egg white maybe a cup of gin?

    Turkey Pot Pie vs. The Gin Fizz

  • More pantomimic effects: big demons and little demons at work everywhere: champagne demons with strange faces, -- I should say "fizzes," -- moving about noiselessly: the only sound is that of the occasional irrepressible effervescence of youth, or a pop from a recalcitrant cork in a distant cell, and, in a mysterious all-pervading way, an accompaniment of hammering.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, September 19, 1891

  • In addition, Vermilion will also offer 7 different herb and spice champagne "fizzes" such as Cilantro Chili, Rose Fennel and Blueberry Cardamom for $16 each.


  • Pacific we try to persuade our dying captain to run for Honolulu, and while I persuade I see myself again drinking cocktails on the cool lanais and fizzes out at Waikiki where the surf rolls in.

    Chapter 39

  • When the left one fizzes with milk, I feel the right one, too.

    The Bird House

  • Set in contemporary London and concerned with cults and the occult, gangs and clans, paranoia, theology and a joyously unconventional police unit, the book fizzes with wit and invention and also manages to be genuinely scary.

    Full Immersion

  • For instance, one of his recent tweets: My poop fizzes when it hits water.

    The Denver Diatribe: Denver Isn't a Twitter Town, But These Tweets Are Worth Following

  • The race-tuned hot hatch with 335bhp, four-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox fizzes and crackles with energy.

    Car review: Audi RS3

  • Annie Bell uses bicarbonate of soda as the raising agent in the All Gold Christmas cake recipe in her book Gorgeous Christmas – added to a warm pan of melted butter and apple juice, it fizzes spectacularly.

    How to cook perfect Christmas cake

  • To its doggedly downbeat sentiment – "See, the luck I've had / Can make a good man turn bad" – a rather troubled little boy fizzes with impatience as Christmas Day edges all too slowly closer.

    Heaven knows I'm miserable over this John Lewis ad

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