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snazzy

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adjective snaz·zy \ˈsna-zē\

Simple Definition of snazzy

  • : attractive and stylish

Full Definition of snazzy

snaz·zi·ersnaz·zi·est

  1. :  conspicuously or flashily attractive :  fancy <snazzy clothes> <a snazzy car>

Examples of snazzy

  1. <fond of tooling around town in a snazzy car>



Origin of snazzy

origin unknown


First Known Use: circa 1932

Rhymes with snazzy



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