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pizzazz

play
noun piz·zazz \pə-ˈzaz\

Simple Definition of pizzazz

  • : a quality or style that is exciting and interesting

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of pizzazz

  1. :  the quality of being exciting or attractive: as a :  glamour b :  vitality

pizzazzy

or

pizazzy

play \-ˈza-zē\ adjective

Examples of pizzazz in a sentence

  1. The young actress has a lot of pizzazz.

  2. The song has plenty of pizzazz.



Variants of pizzazz

or

pizazz

Origin and Etymology of pizzazz

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1937



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