Recent Examples of razzmatazz from the Web
One storyline will be that Kevin Wilson, the head coach who put the razzmatazz in the Indiana offense, departed under the cloud of abusing players, and is now the coordinator of an Ohio State offense.
Now back to that whole football razzmatazz: The Grove, a 10-acre lawn that’s more legend than landscape, is the place to be come game day.
If Cannes is the pinnacle of the international film calendar, the Academy Awards is the zenith of Hollywood razzmatazz.
The fireworks, the razzmatazz, the artifice do not add to the sense of occasion.
Reuben knows all there is to know and flashes it with the hypnotic razzmatazz of a carnival barker, for nobody’s benefit but his own.
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Origin and Etymology of razzmatazz
First Known Use: 1917See Words from the same year
RAZZMATAZZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of razzmatazz for English Language Learners
: noisy and exciting activity meant to attract attention
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