How it fizzes as it goes into the trough of water, and how suddenly all the glow is gone!
Be ready to drink it while it fizzes; for then it's at its best.
Two enterprising young men stand behind the bar-keepers in a perpetual shaking of the fizzes.
A drop of acid on it fizzes away and sinks in between the grains of sand which in this spot become loose.
We finished our fizzes, and Bish and I both wanted repeats, and Dad felt that he had to go along.
But I won't be told that the sun is a ball of blazing gas which spins round and fizzes.
Many total abstainers from alcohol are tempted to take "gassy" drinks, fizzes and so forth.
He was on the loose in New Orleans, doing the town with a crowd of local boys, and prob'bly had too many Ramos fizzes.
1660s, of imitative origin. Related: Fizzed; fizzing. The noun is recorded from 1812; meaning "effervescent drink" is from 1864.
A failure; fizzle: ''It was a big fizz,'' the ambassador said (1940s+)