Yes, the razzle-dazzle of commercial news is more exciting and the social networking of Internet-based technologies is edgier.
But he did speak to the issue of the razzle-dazzle camera moves, at least indirectly.
You knew this would be razzle-dazzle, filled with glitter and popping bottles and Jay-Z.
In the middle of this razzle-dazzle come another crash and a flood of light.
With a yellow ticket, again—but without any razzle-dazzle this time.
That sneak I gave the razzle-dazzle to yesterday is in this.
Perhaps if I'd told her the truth instead of all that razzle-dazzle we might—but, confound it!
The razzle-dazzle of London doesn't appeal to a man much, when he's been on the bend in sea-ports.
We thought how many people in their so-called Christian life are riding the razzle-dazzle.
He said that a razzle-dazzle was something like a merry-go-round, except that as it went round and round it also went up and down.
1886, American English slang, varied reduplication of dazzle (q.v.).
My confrère, The Chevalier, last month gave a new name to the scarfs of disjointed pattern when he called them the razzle-dazzle. The name was evidently a hit of the most patent character, for in several avenue and Broadway stores the clerks have thrown out a display of broken figures before me and explained that the ruling style at present was the razzle-dazzle, and the word seems to have been equally effective with the public, for when it is quoted by the live salesman, the customer, I am told is at once interested and caught by it. ["Clothier and Furnisher" magazine, Jan. 1889]Meaning "state of confusion" is from 1889.
: its razzle-dazzle weapons and command and control systems
: a razzledazzle quarterback
[probably a reduplication of dazzle]