pizazzy
adjective see pizzazz

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pizazzy — adjective Of, characterized by, or exhibiting pizazz. To make the cereal brand seem sexier and more exciting, the campaign renamed the dull old shredded wheat squares as punchy, pizazzy New Diamond Shreddies. Syn: flashy, zesty …   Wiktionary

  • pizazz — pizazzy, adj. /peuh zaz /, n. Informal. 1. energy; vitality; vigor. 2. attractive style; dash; flair. Also, pizzazz. [1935 40, Amer.; orig. obscure] * * * …   Universalium

  • pizzazz — or pizazz noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1937 the quality of being exciting or attractive: as a. glamour b. vitality • pizzazzy or pizazzy adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • snazzy — adjective /ˈsnæzi/ a) Elegant in manner of dress; stylish, modern or appealing in appearance; flashy. One particularly snazzy outfit consisted of vertically striped pants paired with a horizontally striped and sequined top. b) Excellent; clever …   Wiktionary

  • pizazz — ☆ pizazz or pizzazz [pi zaz′ ] n. [orig. echoic of engine roar] Informal 1. energy, vigor, vitality, spirit, etc. 2. smartness, style, flair, etc. Slang pizazzy adj. pizzazzy …   English World dictionary

  • pizazz — n. (also pizzazz, pzazz etc.) sl. verve, energy, liveliness, sparkle. * * * noun see pizzazz * * * pizazzy, adj. /peuh zaz /, n. Informal. 1. energy; vitality; vigor. 2. attractive style; …   Useful english dictionary

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