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
Sights and jazzy sounds from Sacramento Music Festival 2017 A parade and various performances kick off a weekend of music at the 2017 Sacramento Music Festival in Old Town Sacramento on May 27, 2017.
The rocker has his Greatest Hits Live album coming out Sept. 1, which features a jazzy-version of his 1986 single Higher Love, with a distinct Latin flare.
Against the vibrant sights and jazzy sounds of the city’s music scene, raunchy high jinks ensue, old grudges resurface and the enduring power of friendship is both tested and reasserted.
Noname’s rap, however, has the same improvisational aesthetic as Lamar’s. Jazzy and poetic, each of her songs feels like it’s being crafted before your eyes, forged before the microphone in some remote underground bar.
Locust Point will soon have a new spot for Korean cuisine and jazzy tunes when Jazz+Soju opens at the Anthem House apartment complex this year.
Punctuated by bluesy wails, handclaps, and jazzy instrumentation, this year's soul/rock lineup commands attention.
Soon, the band would replenish their guitar firepower, bringing on Bill Hinds, a left-handed player with a jazzier feel.
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.
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First Known Use of jazzy
Synonymsflashy, pizzazzy (or pizazzy), snazzy, splashy
Antonymsdead, inactive, inanimate, lackadaisical, languid, languishing, languorous, leaden, lifeless, limp, listless, spiritless, vapid
Related Wordscool, fresh (slang), hip, neat; à la mode (also a la mode), chic, chichi; dapper, dashing, natty, sharp, smart, snappy, spruce; faddish, fashionable, happening, in, modish, stylish, swish, trendy; custom, designer; showy, striking; flamboyant, garish, gaudy, glittery, glitzy, jaunty, loud, ostentatious, raffish, rakish, swank (or swanky), wild
Near Antonymsmodest, plain, quiet, simple, unadorned; conservative, muted, restrained, subdued, toned-down, understated, unpretentious; styleless, unfashionable, unstylish; démodé, old-fashioned, outmoded, out-of-date, passé
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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