Noun(1) a fricative sound (especially as an expression of disapproval(2) a complete failure
Verb(1) end weakly
(1) in the end the fireworks were a fizzle(2) There was a fizzle , and then a pop, and finally a clattering ring.(3) Is one of the most remarkable runs in the history of motorsports going to end with a fizzle rather than a bang?(4) So with a damp fizzle and a surprised pop, the monitor died on us.(5) the electric fizzle of the waves(6) For a second there was only the electric fizzle , the sounds of hospital life going on in the background.(7) A fizzle sounded, and everybody turned their heads.(8) However, those protests lacked co-ordination and, once their leaders were arrested, quickly fizzled out.(9) So, to revise the theme of the day, it's a day of fizzles .(10) World Cup fever in Argentina fizzled out into muted silence as England claimed victory in the latest chapter of a fierce soccer rivalry stretching back decades.(11) Following a meeting with threats to withhold council tax payments, the protest fizzled out in the face of an uncompromising council.(12) But these movements all fizzled out, for two reasons.(13) When she returned to Britain, the relationship fizzled out.(14) The two sides remain sharply polarised, and periodic attempts to bridge the wide gulf between them have fizzled out.(15) Only two more scores were to be had in the remaining 30 minutes, as all life fizzled out beneath a haze of rain and the glaring floodlights.(16) But, overall, it was vacuous stuff, came to nothing, and fizzled out.
(1) fizzle out :: fizzle mai
1. failure ::
2. flop ::
4. crackle ::
5. taper off ::
Different Formsfizzle, fizzled, fizzles, fizzling
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