verb (used without object), fiz·zled, fiz·zling.
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Robin had so much energy, the electricity from your electrical device would fizzle.How Mork Melted the Fonz: Henry Winkler Recalls Robin Williams’s Storming ‘Happy Days’ Debut|Tim Teeman|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Could Occupy Wall Street yet prove a harbinger rather than a fizzle?
He predicted that without more mobilization and pressure from outside, reform could “fizzle.”
But the thing about phenoms is they can come in hot and then fizzle into a lower voltage of play.Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks: The Science Behind Winning|Clark Merrefield|February 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If U.S.-Pakistan cooperation were in fact to fizzle, clearly such operations would be compromised.
He was a fizzle and a stick, he knew it, he knew nothing else, and there is an undercurrent of bitterness in him.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
But, as his rhyme ended with such an ignominious fizzle, he hurried away with a snort of disgust.A Fortune Hunter; Or, The Old Stone Corral|John Dunloe Carteret
“And I know you labor under a mistake,” said Fizzle, elevating his chin, and folding his arms pugnaciously over his striped vest.Ruth Hall|Fanny Fern
"I am sorry that it has been such a fizzle," she turned to him with a sort of shy, girlish friendliness and impulsiveness.The Beauty|Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
A match lit up the darkness; he caught the well-known purr and fizzle of grains of incense.Kim|Rudyard Kipling