[ UK /sˈɪzə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈsɪzəɫ/ ]
  1. make a sound like frying fat
  2. seethe with deep anger or resentment
    She was sizzling with anger
  3. burn or sear with a sizzling sound
    The fat sizzled in the pan
  1. a sizzling noise
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How To Use sizzle In A Sentence

  • I chatter with enthusiasm whilst knobs of butter slide off the fishes' backs and sizzle to blister bubbles.
  • They'd organised some skody sausage sizzle.
  • Why not put some extra sizzle into this season's holiday?
  • When we tried to microwave some frozen whale blubber sent down from Barrow, we ended up laughing as the muktuk sizzled and got tough. Ellen Frankenstein: From Tofu to Muktuk
  • It is a poetic philosophy that not only sings and sizzles about life, it also affirms life.
  • Ashwood instinctively tossed the cigarette to the ground ignoring the sizzle as it landed in a puddle at his feet.
  • The ‘sizzle cymbal’ has a series of holes drilled in it, each loosely holding a rivet; a sizzling sound is produced when the cymbal is struck.
  • In a place dominated by Olympic-sized egos, he was always one of the quiet ones, a guy without much sizzle, the kind of guy most of us in the news media usually ignored.
  • Italian weather experts call the heat wave one of the five worst in the past 150 years and expected the sizzle to last until September.
  • Jessica Alba sizzles in photo shoot, but says her post-baby body is 'saggy' Canada.com Top Stories
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