Adjective "Sizzling" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈsɪz(ə)lɪŋ//ˈsɪzlɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Very hot.
  1. 'The chicken tikka, which came to the table on a sizzling platter, was a bit of a surprise.'
  2. 'The small dining room became very warm as diners and dinners arrived - and filled with smoke as waiters brought sizzling trays to tables.'
  3. 'A big rusty bolt (nut still attached) sizzling away on a big plate of fajitas.'
  4. 'Soon I would have a sizzling pork roast all to myself.'
  5. 'She is slicing tomatoes, eggplants, putting them in sizzling oil.'
  6. 'Stir them from time to time in the sizzling butter till they have turned a rich gold.'
  7. 'My meat arrives sizzling, napped in spices with a halo of crunchy greens around it.'
  8. 'Sizzling on the table, a nabe can be the best feast you can have on a cold winter day.'
  9. 'The burned black appearance of the ruins made them seem to be still sizzling.'
  10. 'A terrestrial orchid of Tamil Nadu, the Golden Vanda, puts out flowers in the sizzling heat of April.'
  11. 'that was the start of a sizzling affair'
  12. 'In the summer of 2000 he wowed 'em at the Hollywood Bowl closing his set with a sizzling duet with Bonnie Raitt.'
  13. 'Theresa Healey transformed herself from slightly frumpy mother-of-two to the evening's sizzling cha cha star.'
  14. 'At a minimum, the Bush administration had better step up its promotion of the economy's current sizzling performance.'
  15. 'Then the action developed into a sizzling battle between two tough competitors.'
  16. 'It opens with three hard-hitting, outspoken songs that seamlessly combine a folk-rock sensibility with a sizzling hip-hop tempo.'
  17. 'Known for his sizzling runs down the left flank, Zafar did not mince words at all.'
  18. 'Newcomer Cole brings the drama with much conviction on her sizzling debut.'
  19. 'City's online message board is sizzling with complaints from the faithful.'
  20. 'Hair loss can be instantly disguised with a sizzling new choppy cut.'
  21. 'A report from consumer analysts Mintel finds the sausage again becoming a national favourite, with sizzling sales in recent years.'

Definitions

1. to make a hissing sound, as in frying or burning.

2. Informal. to be very hot: It's sizzling out.

3. Informal. to be very angry; harbor deep resentment: I'm still sizzling over that insult. verb (used with object), sizzled, sizzling.

4. to fry or burn with or as if with a hissing sound: to sizzle steaks on the grill; The sun sizzles the pavement. noun

5. a sizzling sound.

More examples(as adjective)

"coasts can be sizzling through heatwaves."

"markets can be sizzling."

"rallies can be sizzling."

"rates can be sizzling."

"paces can be sizzling."

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Origin

(sizzle)