Examples of pizzazz in a Sentence
The young actress has a lot of pizzazz.
The song has plenty of pizzazz.
Recent Examples of pizzazz from the Web
The cole slaw and Cuban sandwich needed more pizzazz, and the overly vinegary Carolina gold sauce and potato salad a bit less.
Last year, the group brought in Mike McCabe to show fire breathers how to add pizzazz to their art using pyrotechnic colorants.
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Origin and Etymology of pizzazz
First Known Use: 1937
PIZZAZZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pizzazz for English Language Learners
: a quality or style that is exciting and interesting
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