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
Punctuated by bluesy wails, handclaps, and jazzy instrumentation, this year's soul/rock lineup commands attention.
Chelsea Cavanaugh NYT Instant upgrade: handles with flair Much as replacing plain buttons with jazzier ones can transform an old coat, new drawer pulls can elevate a basic dresser.
Singer-songwriter Lorette is an N.C. native who gradually returned to her family’s roots in music over the past 15 years – first as a fiddler, then embracing her vocal command of jazzy pop and Americana.
During the '90s, Dave was a guitarist in major-label band Brother Cane and for the last several years he's been a member of '70s jazzy southern rockers Atlanta Rhythm Section.
Joe, a straight-up guy with a strong moral code, liked wearing plaid sports jackets and driving jazzy sports cars when he wasn't being attacked by disturbed former Korean War army buddies.
Ben Tatar & The Tatar Tots (kids' jazzy funky band), Constitution Park, 7715 Greenfield Ave.
The four-piece ensemble was set up in the White House Rose Garden and performed several jazzy numbers prior to the President's announcement.
A jazzy waltz with a circular, three-note bass riff and pattering percussion cross-rhythms introduced the Allmans’ most psychedelic side on their 1969 debut album.
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First Known Use of jazzy
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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