fizzing


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fizz

 (fĭz)
intr.v. fizzed, fizz·ing, fizz·es
To make a hissing or bubbling sound; effervesce.
n.
1. A hissing or bubbling sound.
2. Effervescence.
3. An effervescent beverage.

[Imitative.]

fizz′y adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fizzing - hissing and bubbling
effervescent - (of a liquid) giving off bubbles
References in classic literature ?
Soon the sound of Old Pretty's milk fizzing into the pail came through the hedge, and then Angel felt inclined to go round the corner also, to finish off a hard-yielding milcher who had strayed there, he being now as capable of this as the dairyman himself.
I saw one case holding four dozen of champagne smashed all to bits, and there was the champagne fizzing and boiling about in the bottom of the dirty cargo boat.
The hostess, who was busy in various fizzing and stewing operations over the fire, preparatory to the evening meal, stopped, with a fork in her hand, as Eliza's sweet and plaintive voice arrested her.
There was a great fizzing and banging of guns, and starting of ladies--and then a Mine was sprung, to the gratification of everybody--and when the mine had gone off, the military and the company followed its example, and went off too.
Just last week they announced a new line ofhangover free prosecco, but now Aldi are shaking, or rather fizzing things up with a enormous bottle of prosecco which we're sure is anything but!