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verb as in bubble

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Example Sentences

Both players were important at the start, injecting fizz into an urgent cause.

For open bottles of bubbly, go for a sparkling wine-specific topper, as they can help the fizz go on for up to two days instead of 24 hours.

Hike to Bumpass Hell from Cold Boiling Lake—where bubbles rise like soda fizz—along a five-mile trail.

There is also pétillant-naturel, a rebirth of an old-style sparkling wine that simply completes fermentation in the bottle to capture some carbon dioxide and create a mild fizz.

We also have two more kosher wines for Passover — a rich, spicy red from Israel and a refreshing fizz from South Africa.

The bubbles still came out, but some of the fizz was getting lost.

But the fizz in Brazil and Turkey has yet to go flat, and the excitement and turmoil may well continue to spread across the globe.

Summer is here, people are thinking about vacation, and the fizz has fizzled.

The Tea Party in the United States still operates within the system, but its base is full of fizz and is a political force.

“This is a take on a Ramos Gin Fizz but done as a ‘bomb,’” Maloney explains.

I shall give 'em real turtle from Birch's, and as for fizz, they shall swim in it if they like.

There's nothing like fizz, it makes 'em all so friendly; and as for music, I've secured Toot and Kinney.

The fizz water must have something of the sort of thing that old Ponce de Leon sought.

So your Seltzer water doesn't pour fast enough to fizz outside the bottle, and your heart is sad.

Silver Fizz rushed in, hoping to stop him, Morris and Hank closely following his lead.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fizz, such as: buzz, effervesce, fizzle, froth, hiss, and seethe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.