Brady declared that he heard it fizzing away as it went down his throat, from the heat of his inside.
There is no bubbling, nor fizzing, nor any other noise or motion.
V found a calf's head in the larder, and it would make a fizzing Gorgon's head, but Mrs. Worfolk wouldn't let us have it.
Miss Todd felt that the school was fizzing over, and must find some outlet for its excitement.
You had to blink when looked at it; and you heard a fizzing sound just like the machine with a "scope" at the end of it.
How we crowd into cars and steamboats; a locomotive would well typify our fuming, fizzing spirit.
That word, that name over the music hall, fizzing and crackling in its hundred lights, seemed to hold him as by an eye of fire.
The fizzing sound was interspersed with one or two cracks, which intensified the alarm, but did not clear up the mystery.
The next proved to be an intermittent spring fizzing on the hot stove from a water-jar placed upon it.
Up and down the roadway, the thing zigzagged—back and forth—spitting a little and fizzing behind.
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+)