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sizzle in Textures, sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsizzlesiz‧zle /ˈsɪzəl/ verb [intransitive]  CSSOUNDto make a sound like water falling on hot metal The bacon began to sizzle in the pan.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
sizzleAnd some, like Shania Twain, sizzled.Outside, now: gunfire, screams, sizzling.It was so hot that the water just sizzled and evaporated.She sizzled and singed, then the fire began to take a hold and flames leapt across her skin.I thought about sputtering oil, about sizzling butter.How the sly one squeaked, howled, sizzled, hissed, and swelled his hairy carapace!Bacon was sizzling in the frying pan.She could hear the adjacent streetlight sizzling like a radioactive isotope.Only a clock ticked and a saucepan sizzled, now and then, upon the diminutive stove.The movie sizzles with Morris and Elisa's sexy dialogue.