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  • n. Plural form of fizzer.

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Examples

  • Headaches and thirst are curiously rife, and the consumption of "fizzers" -- a temperance beverage of an effervescent character vended by an individual with the profoundest trust in human nature on the subject of deferred payments -- is extensive enough to convert the regiment into a series of walking reservoirs of carbonic acid gas.

    Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places

  • "fizzers," as the captain would call them, because he said he wouldn't trust even guaranteed fireworks to be harmless around a gasoline engine, but they had plenty of excitement without blowing up the good ship Sarah.

    Four Little Blossoms on Apple Tree Island

  • Deliveries don't come more difficult than from a left-hander slinging down 90-mph fizzers with devastating late swing.

    Fortune Swings to Australia

  • Pretty girls are ‘fizzers’, loudmouths are ‘bad hats’.

    Crash, bang, wallop

  • It's probably safe to say that any regular blogger notes which posts seem to do well and which are fizzers.

    [on the blog] puzzling data breakdowns

  • It's only 8: 45 and I already had my lunch (leftover mac and cheese) and three fizzers, aswell as a cup of tea.

    janedoe0 Diary Entry

  • They don't mean half of it, these furious fizzers.

    The House of Torchy

  • Usually plentifully besprinkled with currants, in which case it is designated by pitmen as "Singin 'Hinnies wi' smäa co fizzors" (small coal fizzers.) 2.

    The Shanty Book, Part I, Sailor Shanties

  • Jack Selby and the two regimental fizzers, who had secured immortality for the young couple, if the deep and constant drinking of healths could have done it, had provided themselves with packages of rice, old slippers, and other time - honoured missiles.

    A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus

  • Two of our Johnnies are coming, regular fizzers, and full of blood both of them.

    A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus

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