fizz

Effervescent vs Fizz - What's the difference?

effervescent | fizz |


As an adjective effervescent

is (of a liquid) giving off bubbles; fizzy.

As a noun fizz is

an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

As a verb fizz is

to emit bubbles.

Fizz vs Yeast - What's the difference?

fizz | yeast | Related terms |

Fizz is a related term of yeast.


As nouns the difference between fizz and yeast

is that fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles while yeast is an often humid, yellowish froth produced by fermenting malt worts, and used to brew beer, leaven bread, and also used in certain medicines.

As verbs the difference between fizz and yeast

is that fizz is to emit bubbles while yeast is to ferment.

Fizz vs Phiz - What's the difference?

fizz | phiz |


As nouns the difference between fizz and phiz

is that fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles while phiz is (obsolete|colloquial) the face.

As a verb fizz

is to emit bubbles.

Fizz vs Fist - What's the difference?

fizz | fist |


As a noun fizz

is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

As a verb fizz

is to emit bubbles.

As an initialism fist is

future infantry soldier technology.

Fume vs Fizz - What's the difference?

fume | fizz | Related terms |

Fume is a related term of fizz.


As verbs the difference between fume and fizz

is that fume is to while fizz is to emit bubbles.

As a noun fizz is

an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

Fizz vs Lather - What's the difference?

fizz | lather | Related terms |

Fizz is a related term of lather.


In lang=en terms the difference between fizz and lather

is that fizz is to shoot or project something moving at great velocity while lather is to form lather or froth, as a horse does when profusely sweating.

As nouns the difference between fizz and lather

is that fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles while lather is the foam made by rapidly stirring soap and water.

As verbs the difference between fizz and lather

is that fizz is to emit bubbles while lather is to cover with lather.

Globule vs Fizz - What's the difference?

globule | fizz | Related terms |

Globule is a related term of fizz.


As nouns the difference between globule and fizz

is that globule is a small round particle of substance; a drop while fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

As a verb fizz is

to emit bubbles.

Scum vs Fizz - What's the difference?

scum | fizz | Related terms |

Scum is a related term of fizz.


As nouns the difference between scum and fizz

is that scum is (uncountable) a layer of impurities that accumulates at the surface of a liquid (especially molten metal or water) while fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

As verbs the difference between scum and fizz

is that scum is to remove the layer of scum from (a liquid etc) while fizz is to emit bubbles.

Blister vs Fizz - What's the difference?

blister | fizz | Related terms |

Blister is a related term of fizz.


In lang=en terms the difference between blister and fizz

is that blister is to break out in blisters while fizz is to shoot or project something moving at great velocity.

As nouns the difference between blister and fizz

is that blister is a small bubble between the layers of the skin that contains watery or bloody fluid and is caused by friction and pressure, burning, freezing, chemical irritation, disease or infection while fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.

As verbs the difference between blister and fizz

is that blister is to cause blisters to form while fizz is to emit bubbles.

Fizz vs Surf - What's the difference?

fizz | surf | Related terms |

Fizz is a related term of surf.


As nouns the difference between fizz and surf

is that fizz is an emission of a rapid stream of bubbles while surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

As verbs the difference between fizz and surf

is that fizz is to emit bubbles while surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

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