Every time we dipped the oars in that mush they'd stick, 'n' onless we'd pulled 'em out mighty fast they'd have friz right there.
It is all the fashion for girls to cut off their hair and friz it.
We hadn't had no chance to get warm, an' our clothes was wet an' friz.
I like my hair straight—I haven't the least desire to friz it out or curl it.
When the water deepened so's we could get into the boat, every man's clothes was drenched an' they friz right on to him.
Seems to me I'd friz them diamonds, if I was goin' to be mean enough to do anything.
Comb the hair just above the ear back, and friz the ends, and curl the back hair in large flowing curls, as shown in the cut.
Why, it snowed an' it blowed an' it friz till all Natur' couldn't stan' it no more!
It wa'n't no use much ter bail, for it friz as soon's it struck.
But, you see, the 18th Brumaire has knocked it all down; how could any one friz Bonaparte's hair!
also friz, 1610s (implied in frizzed), probably from French friser "to curl, dress the hair" (16c.), perhaps from stem of frire "to fry, cook." Assimilated to native frizzle. Related: Frizzed; frizzing. As a noun from 1660s, "frizzed hair."