fizzy

[fiz-ee]
adjective, fizzier, fizziest.
bubbly; fizzing.

Origin:
1850–55; fizz + -y1

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fizz (fɪz)
 
vb
1.  to make a hissing or bubbling sound
2.  (of a drink) to produce bubbles of carbon dioxide, either through fermentation or aeration
 
n
3.  a hissing or bubbling sound
4.  the bubbly quality of a drink; effervescence
5.  any effervescent drink
 
[C17: of imitative origin]
 
'fizzy
 
adj
 
'fizziness
 
n

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fizzy
1885, from fizz + -y (2).
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Example sentences
Strangely, her fainting episodes coincided with eating sandwiches and drinking
  fizzy beverages.
Three days later, the slightly fizzy copper-colored ale was ready for
  consumption.
Unlike the fizzy amphetamines, these are soothing substances.
The entire tone of the show, which is as fizzy and irreverent as can be, is a
  draw.
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