from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as fizzle, 1.
- To rustle, as leaves in the wind.
- To whistle, as wind through a keyhole.
- To fidget.
- n. Bustle.
- n. A dialectal variant of thistle.
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Some concerned people have commented that unless some elements in the military and the police will lend support to the efforts being made by the ralliests, the true spirit of another People Power will just fissle out.
Meanwhile, the Washington Institute informs us that Iran now has enough fissle material for
As I followed the timeline this weekend I thought we were being taken for a ride by the speculation and odd nature of the story, but thought there would be a fissle of an explanation and it would all be over.
“Ou,” said he (in reference to the operatic singers and the corps de ballet), “he just keeps a curn  o 'quainies  and a wheen widdyfous , and gars them fissle , and loup, and mak murgeons , to please the great fowk.”
It is unstable, it’s even harder to separate physically than the two isotopes of uranium, and if you try to build a bomb using the easy, “gun” design of the uranium bomb, it will begin to fissle prematurely and thus the bomb will fizzle instead of going boom.