verb (used without object)
Origin of fizz
Examples from the Web for fizzer
The Fizzer smiled amiably after the retreating figures, and then went to be entertained by Cheon.
The Fizzer was one of those happy, natural people who always find the supply exactly suited to the demand.
But the Fizzer was filling the homestead with shoutings: "Don't apologise," he yelled.
Was it any wonder that we all found we had business at the homestead when the Fizzer was due there?
But then supper came every night and the Fizzer once in forty-two.
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Word Origin for fizz
Word Origin and History for fizzer
1660s, of imitative origin. Related: Fizzed; fizzing. The noun is recorded from 1812; meaning "effervescent drink" is from 1864.