Back in 2005, for instance, he argued that the U.S. housing bubble was starting to hiss badly.
When the hiss of reptiles turns to words, you hear something that you have never heard and will never forget.
But Hercules was no whit disheartened, and squeezed the great snake so tightly that he soon began to hiss with pain.
At this instant the contents of the saucepan began to hiss and bubble.
There was no answer—just the hiss of wind-blown sand against the rock and the mutter of the car in the background.
He heard a hiss of pain as he swung her up, but when he looked at her she smiled.
There were no crackling atmospherics nor hiss of static, even when he turned the power full on.
Upon which he told his Mother that the Baby (for so he call'd it) cry'd hiss at him.
Then before his starting eyes a figure rose out of the bushes whence the hiss had come.
In ancient Rome the right to hiss seems also to have existed in its fulness.
to express contempt (Job 27:23). The destruction of the temple is thus spoken of (1 Kings 9:8). Zechariah (10:8) speaks of the Lord gathering the house of Judah as it were with a hiss: "I will hiss for them." This expression may be "derived from the noise made to attract bees in hiving, or from the sound naturally made to attract a person's attention."