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
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On Broadway’s biggest night one expects pizzazz and drama galore from the theater world’s most stylish.
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For all its pizzazz, a few features will remind you this is still a budget gaming laptop.
Culver had done it, securing its first Class 3A state title under coach Mark Galloway with a 64-49 triumph, complete with a little pizzazz at the end.
The delicate geometric shapes dangle in such a way to catch the light and add extra pizzazz.
Just remember that a little bit of pizzazz goes a long way.
She was again backed by a spirited marching band that reworked the singer's hits with the pizzazz of a halftime show, amping up the songs across her 20-year career with brassy flourishes and lush arrangements.
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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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