fizz fizz  /ˈfɪz/


  1. (n) an effervescent beverage (usually alcoholic)
  2. (v) become bubbly or frothy or foaming


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  1. From the first sip of the proffered aperitif at El Bulli a frozen gin with hot lemon fizz you know you're in for something different.
  2. Turns out that during the downturn, Coke still has plenty of fizz.
  3. In recent years they have pushed for higher and higher yields to meet the growing global taste for France's famous fizz.


  1. Morning Report: Shining a Light on Street Light Options

    Food stamp showdown, great benefits for school board members, Big Stench gets a fizzy treatment and the Great Bad Service Debate.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Voice of San Diego

  2. Shocker: Ranch Dressing Soda Gets A Bad Review

    Soda maker Rocket Fizz is known for pushing the envelope with its drink flavors. The company, which has previously produced lines flavored to taste like buffalo chicken wings, peanut butter and jelly and bacon, has put out its latest drink — ranch dressing soda . The Huffington Post talked with Rocket Fizz co-founder, Rob Powells, about the origin of the drink. “My Rocket Fizz business partner ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

  3. Served Up: Make Bleu's 'awesome' Blackberry Gin Fizz

    Served Up is a Press-Gazette Media series highlighting the area's expert mixologists and their favorite drink recipes at some of the best cocktail bars in the Green Bay area. Today's video features Patrick Whitney from Bleu in Ledgeview demonstrating how to make a drink he calls the Blackberry Gin Fizz.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette


  1. "They have finally decided to copy Melbourne and try to host major international events, however, like much of Sydney, they are all fizz but no action," Mr Holding said. "Actions speak louder than words. Sydney's last attempt to steal an...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Tim Holding Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "It's like Alka-Seltzer," Sixers head coach Eddie Jordan said. "For any you that are old enough to remember the commercial: plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is."
    on Dec 14, 2009 By: Eddie Jordan Source: USA Today

  3. Paul Keating says Tony Abbott is a "young fogey" and has compared Malcolm Turnbull to a firecracker - a "bit of fizz but then nothing".
    on Nov 25, 2007 By: Paul Keating Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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