Noun(1) an effervescent beverage (usually alcoholic
Verb(1) become bubbly or frothy or foaming
(1) Champagne is supposed to be for romance, I guess because nothing says love like fizz up your nose.(2) Afterwards about 30 of us went to an Italian deli for pasta, tiramisu and non-stop fizz .(3) Sparkling wines should be served in think glasses with straight side or flutes so that the fizz is preserved.(4) English fizz is a home-produced wine that you can drink without wincing or blushing.(5) You want all the fizz of high fashion, and you want it now.(6) It isn't the coldness, but the surface of the ice cube itself that creates the fizz .(7) It seems that the bubbles in such drinks do not simply provide fizz , but change the flavor of the drink as well.(8) It's got some fizz and fun, but looks oddly dated in an 1980s way that hasn't yet become classic.(9) The researchers say the same principal applies to any drink that gets its fizz from carbon dioxide.(10) All either manager cared about was the lack of fizz in a first half which dragged by.(11) I could have stayed there all day, sipping fizz , denting my credit card irreparably and ruining family relations forever.(12) anticipation began to fizz through his veins(13) she saw I had lost some of my fizz(14) They are able to keep the fizz inside because the contents of the can are under higher pressure.(15) The sister is planning a visit at the weekend bringing no less than six bottles of wine and fizz for my professional scrutiny.(16) And, adding fizz to the weekend was a dazzling catwalk.
(1) fizz :: しゅーという
2. ebullience ::
3. crackle ::
4. effervesce ::
Different Formsfizz, fizzed, fizzes, fizzing, fizzy
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