“That seven-minute sizzle reel got seven TV offers,” Farah remembers.
Anticipation of the April wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has brought a sizzle to London like nothing else.
As soon as everything started to sizzle hard, lots of water was added to the pot along with a small handful of salt.
Mrs. Clinton gave them just the sizzle they yearned for in a recent interview in The Atlantic.
sizzle travels in a case covered with a leopard-print blanket, with her products stored in a matching leopard-print tote bag.
There were pleasant cracklings of burning pine sticks and the sizzle of frying bacon.
The stranger broke off an icicle and laid it on the stove to hear it sizzle.
Without asking Penny for anything, he wrapped them in corn meal, salted each fish and let it sizzle in hot butter.
He was slowly being cremated and it was fascinating to watch him sizzle.
Then he took the wet seaweed and threw it into the fireplace, where it began to sizzle and steam.
c.1600, "to burn with a hissing sound," perhaps a frequentative form of Middle English sissen "hiss, buzz" (c.1300), of imitative origin. The figurative sense is attested from 1859. Related: Sizzled; sizzling. The noun is first recorded 1823.