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snazzy

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Pronunciation: /ˈsnazi
 
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Definition of snazzy in English:

adjective (snazzier, snazziest)

informal
Stylish and attractive: snazzy little silk dresses
More example sentences
  • Plenty of grip action on the sole section ensures that safety comes first with these snazzy, stylish shoes.
  • As anyone who's gotten my CDs in the past can attest to, they're pretty cool with snazzy labels and art work.
  • The clothes are vibrant, trendy and snazzy, just the right type for your child.
Synonyms
stylish, smart, attractive, lovely, glamorous, gorgeous, stunning;
chic, modish, elegant, trim
North American informal kicking, kicky, tony, fly, spiffy, sassy, stylin'
dated as if one had just stepped out of a bandbox, gay
British informal , dated swagger
archaic trig

Origin

1960s: of unknown origin.

Derivatives

snazzily

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • You also have a bunch of expenses, some of them the basic things you need to keep alive, and many of them the basic things you need to do to keep your employer happy, like dressing snazzily.
  • They have built a snazzily designed English Language introduction to their remarkable website.
  • It is snazzily styled - genuine French chic - very well equipped and extremely economical.

snazziness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • After loading it up fairly quickly, the beginning cut scene blew me off my feet with its snazziness and funkiness.
  • The groovy crew of animated bounty hunters makes their way to the big screen, but they lose their trademark snazziness to the limp, overlong plot.
  • For Fall they are doing it in a slightly crackled distressed patent which makes it more urban and gives it snazziness for those that find this super functional bag a tad boring.

Words that rhyme with snazzy

jazzy

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