/ (ˈfɪzə) /
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anything that fizzes
Australian slang a person or thing that disappoints, fails to succeed, etcthe horse proved to be a fizzer
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How to use fizzer in a sentence
The Fizzer was due at sundown, and at sundown a puff of dust rose on the track, and as a cry of "Mail oh!"
The Fizzer smiled amiably after the retreating figures, and then went to be entertained by Cheon.
"Give 'em a drink at the well there," the Fizzer says as unconcernedly as though he turned on a tap.
"Real fine old water too," the Fizzer shouts in delight, as he tells his tale.
"And will go hopelessly on the spree at the end of the trip," say uncharitable folk; but they do not know our Fizzer.