Fizzles [verb]

Definition of Fizzles:

collapse, fall through

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Sentence/Example of Fizzles:

He was a fizzle and a stick, he knew it, he knew nothing else, and there is an undercurrent of bitterness in him.

But, as his rhyme ended with such an ignominious fizzle, he hurried away with a snort of disgust.

“And I know you labor under a mistake,” said Fizzle, elevating his chin, and folding his arms pugnaciously over his striped vest.

"I am sorry that it has been such a fizzle," she turned to him with a sort of shy, girlish friendliness and impulsiveness.

A match lit up the darkness; he caught the well-known purr and fizzle of grains of incense.

Really, it is not to be wondered at why so many girls lose their heads and make a fizzle of their young lives.

The fizzle is generally made because daddy and mama have a lot of foolish notions about bringing up girls.

I dont pretend to great things and make a fizzle of it, as some boys do.

I hate to see things go so far and then make a fizzle of it.

One only does this sort of thing when the function is a fizzle.