Synonyms of fizzle in English:

fizzle


See definition of fizzle

verb

1‘the loudspeaker fizzled again’

SYNONYMS

crackle, sputter, buzz, hiss, crack

rare sibilate, crepitate


noun

1‘the electric fizzle of the waves’

SYNONYMS

hiss, hissing, buzz, buzzing, crackle, crackling, sputter, sputtering, crack, cracking, white noise

British informal zizz

literary bombination, susurration, susurrus

rare sibilation

2‘we'll look ridiculous if the whole thing turns out to be a fizzle’

SYNONYMS

failure, fiasco, debacle, catastrophe, disaster, blunder

British damp squib

flop, washout, let-down, botch, hash, foul-up, screw-up, dead loss, dead duck, lead balloon, lemon

British cock-up, pig's ear

North American snafu, clinker

vulgar slang fuck-up, balls-up

ANTONYMS

success


Phrases

    fizzle out

      ‘their romance will just fizzle out’

      SYNONYMS

      peter out, die off, blow over, ease off, cool off, let up

      tail off, taper off, trail away, trail off, wither away, grind to a halt

      ebb, wane, wilt

      come to nothing, fall through, come to grief

      informal

      flop, fold, flatline

      archaic

      remit

      ANTONYMS

      flourish