snaz·​zy | \ ˈsna-zē How to pronounce snazzy (audio) \
snazzier; snazziest

Definition of snazzy

: conspicuously or flashily attractive : fancy snazzy clothes a snazzy car

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Examples of snazzy in a Sentence

fond of tooling around town in a snazzy car
Recent Examples on the Web There’s also a wave of snazzy, more ecological expedition ships. Mary Holland, Robb Report, 1 May 2022 The latest preview features Psy and Suga dressed in a series of snazzy cowboy outfits. Thania Garcia, Variety, 28 Apr. 2022 Legend, who gave a special performance at the event to raise awareness for the war in Ukraine, later posted an adorable side-by-side photo comparing his and Teigen's awards show outfits to his kids' snazzy looks. Charmaine Patterson,, 11 Apr. 2022 From roller blade conga lines to snazzy chorus line dancing, Magnolia employees showed off their moves in the sweet homage to their leader. Antonia Debianchi,, 20 Apr. 2022 Dzwonkiewicz takes us for coffee in the town, dressed in what looks like snazzy urban sportswear, with only the Polish consulate badge on her arm confirming her rank. Waldemar Januszczak For The Times, Robb Report, 19 Apr. 2022 As Trout and the 2022 Angels took batting practice, the video boards repeatedly displayed a snazzy logo commemorating the 20th anniversary of that championship. Bill Shaikinstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 8 Apr. 2022 During the recent Super Bowl, for example, major automakers including BMW and General Motors put out a flurry of snazzy electric vehicle ads. Rachel Ramirez, CNN, 24 Mar. 2022 The Type 132 will feature advanced aerodynamics—the snazzy triangular pattern in the lower front bumper is actually a bank of active grille shutters which work in conjunction with air ducts in the hood. Caleb Miller, Car and Driver, 8 Mar. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of snazzy

circa 1932, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for snazzy

origin unknown

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9 May 2022

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“Snazzy.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 17 May. 2022.

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