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fizzy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfizzyfiz‧zy /ˈfɪzi/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 HCLIQUIDa fizzy liquid contains bubbles of gassparkling, flat 🔊 fizzy water2 fizzy drink
Examples from the Corpus
fizzyIt was too fizzy and too gassy to drink and I acquired a taste for real ale.Potato chips, fizzy drinks and chocolate bars are circulated.There were presents for every child, disco dancing, party games, fizzy drinks and floating gas balloons.I had brought fizzy drinks but both women spat the stuff out, having never tasted it before.Alcohol in fizzy drinks is absorbed more quickly than alcohol in still drinks.Natural fruit juices are a healthier alternative to fruit squashes and fizzy drinks.One of them managed to spill orange fizzy stuff on to Jack's letter.He came back, enthusiastically popped the cork and poured two glasses of the fizzy wine.
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