adjective, fizz·i·er, fizz·i·est.
Origin of fizzy
Examples from the Web for fizzy
Between them, Indians now drank 2,880 million bottles of fizzy drinks and flew 10 million miles each year.Farewell to Manmohan Singh, India’s Puppet Prime Minister|Kapil Komireddi|January 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And they start to overthrow their traditional drinks for fizzy sugared and flavored water packed into bottles and cans.Are Americans Done With Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Dr Pepper?|William O’Connor|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This number only gives you a small taste of the fizzy fun of this short-lived, buzzy production.
Later, Maf snuggles inside Marilyn's coat while she gets "fizzy" with Shelley Winters.
Once you leave the Champagne region of France, there are lots of fizzy wines to be had, and some bargains to be found.
The fizzy stuff he'd stowed away in that time must have been enough to sail a ship on.Shorty McCabe|Sewell Ford
Much more than other people, because they drink lemonade and fizzy things, and the more you drink of those the more good you get.'The Phoenix and the Carpet|E. Nesbit
The Somalis brought us trays with iced and fizzy drinks in thin glasses.The Land of Footprints|Stewart Edward White
Well, I never took much of a shine to ginger ale, said Pete, drawing his big form erect; the fizzy stuff always goes up my nose.On Your Mark!|Ralph Henry Barbour
We began to complain, and to long for the cool corridors and fizzy drinks and protecting screens of the hotel.The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine