fizzle definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to make a hissing or sputtering sound.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, particularly after a hopeful beginning.
    • to produce a hissing or sputtering sound.
    • to create a hissing or sputtering sound.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful beginning.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specifically after a hopeful beginning.
    • to create a hissing or sputtering noise.
    • to help make a hissing or sputtering noise.
    • to help make a hissing or sputtering noise.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful beginning.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, particularly after a hopeful start.
    • to create a hissing sound.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful start.
    • to help make a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, specifically after a good beginning; to reach absolutely nothing.
    • to create a hissing sound.
    • to help make a hissing noise.
    • to create a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, particularly after a good start; to achieve absolutely nothing.
    • which will make a hissing sound.
    • to create a hissing noise.
    • to create a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, particularly after an excellent start; to reach absolutely nothing.
    • to help make a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, especially after a good start; to accomplish absolutely nothing.
    • to produce a hissing noise.
    • To make a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, specially after a good start; to obtain absolutely nothing.
    • to produce a hissing or sputtering sound.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful start.
    • to create a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, particularly after a good beginning; to produce absolutely nothing.
    • In order to make a hissing noise.
    • to help make a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, specifically after a good beginning; to achieve nothing.
    • to create a hissing or sputtering noise.
    • To make a hissing or sputtering sound.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful start.
    • Informal To fail or end weakly, specially after a hopeful start.
    • to help make a hissing noise.
    • to create a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, specially after an excellent start; to attain absolutely nothing.
    • In order to make a hissing noise.
    • In order to make a ridiculous failure in an undertaking, specifically after a good start; to accomplish nothing.
  • noun:
    • Informal a deep failing; a fiasco.
    • Informal a deep failing; a fiasco.
    • Informal failing; a fiasco.
    • casual failing; a fiasco.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • Informal a deep failing; a fiasco.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • a deep failing or abortive work; a fiasco.
    • casual A failure; a fiasco.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • a deep failing or abortive effort; a fiasco.
    • A failure or abortive energy; a fiasco.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • a deep failing or abortive work; a fiasco.
    • Same as fizz, 2.
    • A failure or abortive work; a fiasco.
    • casual failing; a fiasco.
    • A fizzling or fizzing condition; ergo, a situation of restless agitation; a stew; worry: because, he could be in a fizzle about his luggage.
    • A breaking wind.
    • identical to fizz, 2.
    • Same as fizz, 2.
    • a deep failing or an abortive energy; particularly, at school and college slang, a failure in a recitation or an examination.
    • A fizzling or fizzing problem; therefore, circumstances of restless agitation; a stew; stress: because, he could be in a fizzle about his luggage.
    • A fizzling or fizzing problem; therefore, circumstances of restless agitation; a stew; stress: because, he's in a fizzle about their baggage.
    • A breaking wind.
    • A breaking wind.
    • A spluttering or hissing noise.
    • failing or an abortive effort; specifically, in school and university slang, failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • A failure or an abortive energy; in particular, in school and university slang, a deep failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • Same as fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing condition; therefore, circumstances of restless agitation; a stew; worry: since, he is in a fizzle about their baggage.
    • a whole failure
    • a total failure
    • A breaking wind.
    • a fricative noise (especially as an expression of disapproval)
    • a fricative sound (especially as a manifestation of disapproval)
    • failing or an abortive energy; particularly, in school and university slang, a failure in a recitation or an examination.
    • failing or abortive energy; a fiasco.
    • an entire failure
    • identical to fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing problem; ergo, a state of restless agitation; a stew; worry: because, he's in a fizzle about his baggage.
    • A breaking wind.
    • a deep failing or an abortive energy; in particular, in school and college slang, a failure in a recitation or an examination.
    • a whole failure
    • a fricative noise (especially as an expression of disapproval)
    • a fricative noise (especially as a manifestation of disapproval)
    • failing or abortive work; a fiasco.
    • an entire failure
    • a fricative noise (especially as a manifestation of disapproval)
    • just like fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing problem; thus, circumstances of restless agitation; a stew; stress: since, he's in a fizzle about their luggage.
    • A breaking wind.
    • A failure or an abortive work; particularly, at school and college slang, failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • identical to fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing condition; for this reason, a situation of restless agitation; a stew; stress: since, he's in a fizzle about their luggage.
    • a total failure
    • A breaking wind.
    • a deep failing or an abortive energy; specifically, at school and university slang, failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • a fricative sound (especially as a manifestation of disapproval)
    • a total failure
    • a fricative sound (especially as an expression of disapproval)
    • casual A failure; a fiasco.
    • Informal A failure; a fiasco.
    • A spluttering or hissing sound.
    • A spluttering or hissing noise.
    • a deep failing or abortive work; a fiasco.
    • just like fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing condition; thus, a state of restless agitation; a stew; stress: since, he is in a fizzle about his baggage.
    • a deep failing or abortive effort; a fiasco.
    • Same as fizz, 2.
    • A fizzling or fizzing condition; therefore, a situation of restless agitation; a stew; stress: as, he could be in a fizzle about their baggage.
    • A breaking wind.
    • A breaking wind.
    • failing or an abortive work; particularly, at school and college slang, failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • a whole failure
    • a fricative noise (especially as a manifestation of disapproval)
    • A failure or an abortive effort; specifically, in school and university slang, failing in a recitation or an examination.
    • a complete failure
    • a fricative sound (especially as an expression of disapproval)
  • verb:
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or die to nothing; to burn away; to get rid of less successfully than previously wished.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or die to nothing; burning away; to finish less effectively than formerly hoped.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or die to nothing; burning away; to get rid of less effectively than previously wished.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or die to absolutely nothing; to burn away; to finish less successfully than previously wished.
    • To decay or perish to absolutely nothing; burning away; to get rid of less successfully than previously hoped.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or perish to nothing; to burn out; to get rid of less effectively than formerly wished.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or perish to nothing; to burn out; to get rid of less successfully than previously hoped.
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To sputter or hiss.
    • To decay or die off to absolutely nothing; to burn away; to end less successfully than previously wished.
    • To decay or perish to nothing; to burn away; to end less successfully than previously wished.
    • end weakly
    • end weakly
  • others:
    • In order to make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or gas forced out-of a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging fuel, or a wet combustible, as timber or gunpowder, burning: typically with special mention of the the weakness and sudden diminution or cessation of these noise.
    • To make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or gasoline forced regarding a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gas, or a wet combustible, as timber or gunpowder, burning: typically with unique mention of the weakness and abrupt diminution or cessation of such noise.
    • Hence to get rid of abruptly after a far more or less brilliant start; visited a rapid and lame summary; fail ignominiously; specifically, at school and college slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: frequently devoid of: as, the task promised really, nonetheless it quickly fizzled out; nearly your whole course fizzled in calculus.
    • To make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or fuel forced out of a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gasoline, or a wet combustible, as timber or gunpowder, burning up: usually with unique mention of the the weakness and unexpected diminution or cessation of these sound.
    • In order to make a hissing noise; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or fuel forced off a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gas, or a wet combustible, as wood or gunpowder, burning up: typically with unique mention of the weakness and sudden diminution or cessation of such noise.
    • to split wind.
    • Hence to quit suddenly after a more or less brilliant start; visited a sudden and lame summary; fail ignominiously; especially, at school and university slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: frequently with out: since, the undertaking promised well, but it quickly fizzled out; nearly the entire class fizzled in calculus.
    • at school and university slang, to examine (students) utilizing the result of failure on his part: as, the teacher fizzled almost your whole class.
    • Hence to cease suddenly after a far more or less brilliant begin; come to a-sudden and lame conclusion; fail ignominiously; specifically, at school and university slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: usually with out: because, the undertaking guaranteed really, however it quickly fizzled away; nearly the entire class fizzled in calculus.
    • to-break wind.
    • to-break wind.
    • In school and university slang, to look at (students) because of the consequence of failure on their part: as, the professor fizzled nearly the complete course.
    • to help make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or fuel required away from a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gasoline, or a wet combustible, as lumber or gunpowder, burning: generally with special reference to the weakness and sudden diminution or cessation of such sound.
    • In school and university slang, to examine (students) utilizing the outcome of failure on their component: as, the professor fizzled almost the whole course.
    • Hence to cease suddenly after a more or less brilliant begin; come to a-sudden and lame conclusion; fail ignominiously; especially, at school and college slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: usually with out: as, the undertaking guaranteed well, however it shortly fizzled away; nearly the entire class fizzled in calculus.
    • To break wind.
    • at school and college slang, to look at (students) using outcome of failure on their component: as, the teacher fizzled nearly your whole course.
    • Hence to end suddenly after an even more or less brilliant start; arrived at a sudden and lame summary; fail ignominiously; particularly, in school and college slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: often without having: because, the undertaking promised well, nonetheless it shortly fizzled away; nearly your whole class fizzled in calculus.
    • To break wind.
    • In order to make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or gasoline forced from a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gas, or a wet combustible, as wood or gunpowder, burning up: frequently with special mention of the the weakness and unexpected diminution or cessation of such sound.
    • at school and university slang, to examine (a student) because of the results of failure on his component: as, the teacher fizzled almost the whole course.
    • Hence To stop abruptly after a more or less brilliant begin; started to an abrupt and lame summary; fail ignominiously; specifically, at school and university slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: often without having: because, the task promised really, but it shortly fizzled away; almost the whole class fizzled in calculus.
    • to create a hissing noise; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or gasoline required out-of a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging fuel, or a wet combustible, as timber or gunpowder, burning up: frequently with unique reference to the weakness and unexpected diminution or cessation of these sound.
    • thus to prevent suddenly after a more or less brilliant begin; come to a-sudden and lame conclusion; fail ignominiously; particularly, in school and college slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: often devoid of: since, the undertaking guaranteed well, but it quickly fizzled away; almost the whole class fizzled in calculus.
    • to split wind.
    • at school and college slang, to examine (a student) because of the results of failure on their component: as, the professor fizzled almost the complete course.
    • To break wind.
    • In school and university slang, to examine (students) utilizing the consequence of failure on his component: as, the teacher fizzled almost your whole course.
    • to help make a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or gasoline forced from a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gas, or a wet combustible, as lumber or gunpowder, burning: generally with unique mention of the the weakness and abrupt diminution or cessation of these noise.
    • thus to quit suddenly after a far more or less brilliant start; visited a-sudden and lame conclusion; fail ignominiously; particularly, in school and university slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: often devoid of: because, the undertaking promised really, however it shortly fizzled out; almost the complete class fizzled in calculus.
    • to split wind.
    • at school and college slang, to look at (a student) using result of failure on his component: as, the professor fizzled nearly the entire course.
    • to produce a hissing sound; hiss or sputter, as a liquid or fuel forced from a narrow aperture, or a liquid discharging gas, or a wet combustible, as timber or gunpowder, burning: frequently with special mention of the the weakness and sudden diminution or cessation of such noise.
    • Hence to prevent suddenly after a more or less brilliant start; come to a sudden and lame conclusion; fail ignominiously; particularly, at school and college slang, to fail in a recitation or an examination: usually without having: because, the undertaking guaranteed well, but it shortly fizzled out; almost the whole class fizzled in calculus.
    • To break wind.
    • at school and university slang, to look at (a student) with the results of failure on their part: as, the teacher fizzled almost the entire course.

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