- sissizzledstem na die bestemmingwarm
Noun(1) a sizzling noise
Verb(1) make a sound like frying fat(2) seethe with deep anger or resentment(3) burn or sear with a sizzling sound
(1) a dance routine with lots of sizzle(2) Quickly he smoked it until it was just a butt, which he tossed into the toilet bowl where it extinguished with a sizzle .(3) There was a sizzle as Jack poured the batter onto the griddle.(4) A famous scene between them intercuts their developing romance with fireworks and is pure sizzle .(5) The brownish mush in the pan was beginning to sizzle .(6) Be sure to admire the crown of mussels, and listen for the sizzle before digging in.(7) Yes, the team can run the ball, but there isn't much sizzle in the passing game.(8) the bacon began to sizzle in the pan(9) the sizzle of hot dogs(10) The showers have paused and the sun brushes the patio as the steaks and sausages sizzle on the grill.(11) First there was a sizzle , and then, when the batter had succumbed to the intense heat from the gas flame below, only a few intermittent whistles escaped along with wisps of fragrant vapor.(12) Two hours later I heard the sizzle of food being cooked.(13) 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.(14) Because I saw it piece by piece, it lost some of its sizzle , but I still thought it was a good movie.(15) they simply sizzle as their affair develops(16) It is short on sizzle , but generous with the steak.
1. crackle ::
2. frizzle ::
3. sputter ::
4. spit ::
Different Formssizzle, sizzled, sizzles, sizzling
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