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Etymology 1[edit]

house +‎ -izzle.


hizzle (plural hizzles)

  1. (slang) House, residence.
    Jay Pizzle’s in the hizzle!
    • 2006, Alice Alfonsi, That's So Raven: Superstar, Disney Press (2006), →ISBN, page 63:
      On Tuesdays and Thursdays he rocked the "hizzle" during lunch period.
    • 2008, "Events for Tuesday in New York", New York Daily News, 10 March 2008:
      Don't miss Snoop Dogg at the Blender Theater at Gramercy. The rapper will be performing hits from his album "Ego Trippin" and is sure to rock the hizzle.
    • 2009, Laurie McElroy, Hannah Montana: Wishful Thinking, Disney Press (2009), →ISBN, page 76:
      "What? Just because I live in the White Hizzle doesn't mean I got no sizzle," said the president.
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Etymology 2[edit]

hell +‎ -izzle.


hizzle (uncountable)

  1. (slang) Hell.
    • 2003, "Are You Ready for the Summer", Spin, July 2003:
      Perhaps no one understands what the hizzle Snoop Dogg is talking about, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers like what they're hearing []
    • 2006, Kasey Henricks, "Join me for a pj party at my place", The All State (Austin Peay State University), Volume 77, Number 17. 1 February 2006, page 3:
      At least, that's what our mentors have always told us, but what the hizzle are they talking about?
    • 2008, Doug Giles, If You're Going Through Hell, Keep Going, ReadHowYouWant (2008), →ISBN, page 16:
      Hurricanes, though wickedly devastating, give you about a month to get the hizzle out of the way.

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