fizzle

[ fiz-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fizzle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIZZLE

It was a lot easier just to let her explode and then fizzle out.

And I must say, as a raid in force, it was more or less of a fizzle.

The Raid was a fizzle and the commander and all his men were captured by the Boers.

It is a fizzle, a twentieth-century abomination—an invention with no room for an ad.

You must be so well equipped that you will not make life a “fizzle.”

A “fizzle,” as defined by the dictionaries, is a bungling, unsuccessful undertaking.

Some make a success of it; some make a “fizzle;” some make a sort of half-and-half.

“Well, we made a fizzle of getting the cakes anyway,” growled Ritter.

I dont pretend to great things and make a fizzle of it, as some boys do.

I hate to see things go so far and then make a fizzle of it.

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