Melt a little butter in this, and as soon as it begins to frizzle break some eggs into the dish, and let them all set together.
"When th' fat's in th' fire, let it frizzle," admonished his uncle Frank.
I'll sit in the shade an' watch him frizzle an' yell when the hide shrinks in the sun.
By the time I was actually on the outskirts of the town, I was "baked to a frizzle."
“I should say so; and also frizzle your back teeth,” added Sid.
She watched them curl and frizzle and burn; and presently they were ashes.
The carcases began to frizzle and char, and the furnace doors were flung open.
"I felt as if I should frizzle up in the fire of her wrath," he thought with a smile.
My mother, all the women we knew, did nothing but lace and paint and frizzle for men.
Ye kin curse like an Androscoggin lumber jack, but y'ain't goin' to frizzle a single hair on a bear's hide.
"curl hair," 1560s, perhaps related to Old English fris "curly" and Old Frisian frisle. Or else from Middle French friser "to curl" (see frizz (v.)). Related: Frizzled; frizzling. As a noun from 1610s, "crisp curl," from the verb.