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Frizzle  v. t.  (past & past part. frizzled; pres. part. frizzling)  To curl or crisp, as hair; to friz; to crinkle.
To frizzle up, to crinkle or crisp excessively.

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"Frizzle" Quotes from Famous Books

... with a strange kind of chap, and I put one or two children in whom he is interested to school. So, as I happened to be passing near his house one day, I just went there about some trifling payment to be made; and I saw such a miserable black frizzle of a dinner—a greasy cinder of meat, as first set me a-thinking. But it was not till provisions grew so high this winter that I bethought me how, by buying things wholesale, and cooking a good quantity of provisions together, much money might be saved, and much comfort ...
— North and South • Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

Words linked to "Frizzle" :   kink, cookery, preparation, curl, cooking, fry, wave, frizz, kink up, crimp, crape

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