jazzed

adjective
\ ˈjazd How to pronounce jazzed (audio) \

Definition of jazzed

informal
: full of excitement or enthusiasm The evening before his interview with AU's search committee, he spent three hours rehearsing questions and answers with the banker. The 35-year-old coach was so jazzed he couldn't sleep …— Shaun Assael

First Known Use of jazzed

1955, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jazzed

from past participle of jazz entry 2

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jazzed

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of jazzed

US, informal : very excited

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