snazzy

[snaz-ee]
adjective, snazzier, snazziest.
extremely attractive or stylish; flashy; fancy: a snazzy dresser.

Origin:
1930–35; origin uncertain

snazziness, noun
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snazzy (ˈsnæzɪ)
 
adj , -zier, -ziest
informal (esp of clothes) stylishly and often flashily attractive
 
[C20: perhaps from sn(appy + j)azzy]
 
'snazzily
 
adv
 
'snazziness
 
n

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snazzy
"stylish, flashy," 1932, U.S. colloquial, perhaps a blend of snappy and jazzy.
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Example sentences
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.
With so many new ereaders and tablets on the market, it's a great time to pick
  up an affordable and snazzy device.
Thousands of apps will be downloaded, perhaps used for a week, and then
  abandoned in favor of the lastest snazzy offering.
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