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
Bruce Cockburn at The Heights Theater, April 15: Folky and jazzy singer-songwriter and guitar whiz Cockburn has been quiet for a long spell, six or seven years, and hasn't been to Houston in at least that long.
Another is the soundtrack of jazzy pop from the era, beautifully integrated.
Chart-topping star DJ Mija curates an eclectic night of performances, which also includes the jazzy R&B duo Tenneyon, PJ Harvey-esque experimental rocker Kelli Schaefer, and a surprise guest.
The jazzy and soulful Simone, also a first-time nominee, was a leader in pushing for civil rights and influenced the likes of Alicia Keys and Aretha Franklin before her death in 2003.
Shows include Christmas on Ice at the Moroccan Palace, Christmas From the Heart at the Stanleyville Theater, Elmo's Christmas Wish in the Sesame Street Safari of Fun area and the jazzy Holiday Hills Band in Gwazi Plaza.
The pictorial space is as flat as a Parchesi board and equally jazzy.
Her inventive, even jazzy writing for chiming crotales, triangles and tubular bells, over shifting meters, kept percussionist Cynthia Yeh and colleagues happily engaged.
The iconically already-way-too-much theme, with its Liberace-esque pounding piano chords, has been replaced by a jazzy orchestra.
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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subdued, toned-down, understated, unpretentious; styleless, unfashionable, unstylish; démodé, old-fashioned, outmoded, out-of-date, passé
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