Examples of jazzy in a Sentence
He wore a jazzy suit to the party.
that's a jazzy bathing suit, with all those spangles
Recent Examples of jazzy from the Web
Like most ‘90s girls, I was obsessed, and still am, with the brand's colorful and jazzy designs.
Sol LeWitt, whose deceptively simple geometric sculptures and drawings and ecstatically colored and jazzy wall paintings established him as a lodestar of modern American art, died yesterday in New York.
Which is a shame, as the D major concerto is a beauty in its own right, rich of invention, exquisitely crafted, at once sinister and jazzy.
Over jazzy and soulful beats, Deville rhymes themes of love, personal struggles, racial tensions and social justice.
Her sound is an amalgam of different influences: pure flamenco, jazzy undertones and that classical training at the core.
Chris Mazdzer made a sultry appeal for votes The Olympic luger performed a jazzy foxtrot with partner Witney Carson – which included actually dancing on a piano – alluding to old-school Broadway with flashes of Gene Kelly in Singin’ in the Rain.
By Elaina Zachos PUBLISHED May 10, 2018 A new study says that sharks might be jazzier than previously thought.
However, their reaction to the jazzy tunes declined—some of the sharks developed a bias for swimming to the right side of the tank, which was not the side that had jazz music.
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JAZZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jazzy for English Language Learners
: having the qualities of jazz music
: bright, lively, or fancy in a way that is meant to attract attention
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