Whenever I see a word with “zz”, I start to imagine the sizzling sound of barbecuing, the fizzing sound of a bubbling beer, and the buzzing sound of an insect. The word comes with its own sound effect, which makes it easy to remember and interesting to reflect upon, although I have to say I haven’t used “zz” words very often. I am lazy to use new words, often staying and repeating the familiar ones, out of habit.
My favorite word among the list is pizzazz, which sounds and spell like a pizza but is not food related. I wonder whether pizzazz is used on theatrical personality of a performer exclusively…
abuzz: filled with a continuous humming sound.
buzz: a low, continuous humming or murmuring sound, made by or similar to that made by an insect.
fizz: (of a liquid) produce bubbles of gas and make a hissing sound.
fuzz: a fluffy or frizzy mass of hair or fiber.
frizz: form (hair) into a mass of small, tight curls or tufts.
muzz: a muddle or blur.
pizza: a savory dish of Italian origin.
pizzazz: an attractive combination of vitality and glamour.
whizz or wizz or wiz: to move or do something very fast