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snazzy

[snaz-ee] /ˈsnæz i/
adjective, snazzier, snazziest.
1.
extremely attractive or stylish; flashy; fancy:
a snazzy dresser.
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35; origin uncertain
Related forms
snazziness, noun
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Examples from the web for snazzy
  • Adds some toasts and a little mascarpone, and you've got quite the snazzy little appetizer.
  • Make your chart as snazzy and professional as possible, and place it prominently in your office.
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  • Thousands of apps will be downloaded, perhaps used for a week, and then abandoned in favor of the lastest snazzy offering.
  • Firstly, if you cast your eyes a few pixels upwards, you'll notice the snazzy new banner.
  • If there's nothing solid actually there except drawings and ideas and computer simulations however snazzy then.
  • The last set of local races had some really snazzy color mailings on heavy card stock.
  • snazzy aluminum case with a cool blue light on the fan.
  • snazzy touch-sensitive buttons control media options and system settings.
  • We describe a few small companies that struck it rich with their snazzy gadgets.
British Dictionary definitions for snazzy

snazzy

/ˈsnæzɪ/
adjective -zier, -ziest
1.
(informal) (esp of clothes) stylishly and often flashily attractive
Derived Forms
snazzily, adverb
snazziness, noun
Word Origin
C20: perhaps from sn(appy + j)azzy
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Word Origin and History for snazzy
adj.

"stylish, flashy," 1932, U.S. colloquial, perhaps a blend of snappy and jazzy.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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Slang definitions & phrases for snazzy

snazzy

adjective
  1. Elegant; smart and fashionable; clever and desirable; nifty, ritzy: mounted on snazzy mag-type wheels/ While they may appear snazzy now, time will take its toll (1932+)
  2. Gaudy and meretricious; hokey, jazzy: TV's wittiest, toughest, least snazzy news strip (1970s+)

[perhaps a blend of snappy and jazzy]


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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