verb (used with or without object), miz·zled, miz·zling.
Origin of mizzle1
verb (used without object), miz·zled, miz·zling. British Slang.
Origin of mizzle2
verb (used with object), miz·zled, miz·zling. South Midland and Southern U.S.
Origin of mizzle3
Examples from the Web for mizzle
What business had Mizzle there in Switzerland, lurking near the walls of Altorf?
Mizzle could not resist a joke—no matter how unsuitable the time or dreadful the consequences.The World of Ice|R.M. Ballantyne
Let me advise you to mizzle, for, if you don't, I'm blowed if I don't divide a whole jug of cold water equally amongst you.Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities|Robert Smith Surtees
Let's mizzle, then; for I must get back to Asnires early, or else my brother Martial will smell summut.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 4 of 6|Eugne Sue
Though I said in my last—wot wos true—I was jest on the mizzle for town.