Definition of fizzy in English:

fizzy

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɪzi
 
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adjective (fizzier, fizziest)

1(Of a drink) containing bubbles of gas; effervescent: fizzy mineral water
More example sentences
  • I generally don't agree with the belief that you can drink fizzy wine with food, but I will make an exception for Lambrusco.
  • Take small sips of peppermint, ginger or camomile tea, or a fizzy drink like ginger ale (cold rice water is also effective).
  • Orange squash, fizzy drinks, beer etc were all produced in bottles made of glass.
Synonyms
1.1Full of energy or exuberance; lively: fizzy new wave pop
More example sentences
  • She may like to think of herself as the black nemesis to California's golden girls, but beneath all that eyeliner, she is a fizzy pop chick who just wants to have fun.
  • The fizzy synth pop that emerged on their second album dominates their latest, drawing more on the halcyon days of glam than disco.

Derivatives

fizzily

adverb

fizziness

noun
More example sentences
  • What he wanted was a sparkling beer without unpleasant fizziness.
  • Sparkling wines vary in fizziness, not just in the actual pressure under which the gas is dissolved in the wine, but also apparently in the character of the foam.
  • The warning label on the side indicates that it contains zero per cent juice - I am not sure if that means grape or peach juice, but it does taste sort of peachy, with a good dose of sugar and some fizziness.

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