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fizz in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfizzfizz1 /fɪz/ verb [intransitive]  CSOUNDif a liquid fizzes, it produces a lot of bubbles and makes a continuous sound champagne fizzing out of the bottle→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
fizzThe television tubes sputtered and fizzed.Under his flat tongue, the Nitrostat started to fizz and bring him to life.I dropped the tablet in the glass. It fizzed and dissolved.The firework fizzed for a moment and then went off with a bang.That thing was fizzing in his brain.The champagne fizzed in the glasses.Table Tennis Douglas aims to fizz past a flat champion.Down in the housing scheme there was hardly a noise; the lamps fizzed quietly on the empty street.Fireworks burst up into the dark sky, then fizz to nothing.Next to Billy was little Paul Lazzaro with a broken arm. he was fizzing with rabies.