- n a sizzling noise
- v make a sound like frying fat
- v seethe with deep anger or resentment
- v burn or sear with a sizzling sound
The fat sizzled in the pan
- The engines went ka-blooey, the electrical system such as it was would sizzle, and things would just fall off.
- He called on Congress to do its job and not "sit on the economic skillet and let the pork sizzle.
- The film has lots of terrific turns to support its leading ladies: from Richard Gere, as the sexy weasel lawyer; from Queen Latifah, exuding the wry sizzle of a star who doesn't .
- Ozzie Newsome in Boston Herald
We will continue to negotiate with 'Sizzle' with the intention of signing him to a long-term contract,Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said.
- Jerry Jones in SportingNews.com
The facts are I like it, you're absolutely right,Jones said before the game. "All of that sizzle, extra interest, really adds to what the Cowboys are all about."
- Ivan Fecan in Canada.com
Only CTV has so many great hits,Fecan said. "Let me sum it all up for you - the best content, sizzle, smart scheduling, innovation, service and track record. What does it spell? No.1, and we're going to stay that way."