from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Fashionable or flashy.
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- adj. Elegant in manner of dress; stylish, modern or appealing in appearance; flashy.
- adj. Excellent; clever, ingenious, or adept in behavior, operation, or execution.
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- adj. flashily stylish
Lovely stewardesses (flight attendants, whatever) in snazzy uniforms with nasty short skirts just waiting for you.
She may have also used the word snazzy in the past.
Yes, you have no choice but to marvel at the rather beautiful new $2 billion house of the Ambani family, a vast vertical hamlet for plutocrats with a design that vaguely recalls a snazzy Bang and Olufsen hi-fi stack.
Here's just a small taste of some of the interesting companies that over 1,700 attendees were able to see: previous post can be best described as a snazzy one-on-one video chat product.
I originally posted that I could do with a "snazzy" logo and someone thanks, John pointed me to an online definition of snazzy: "fashionably and often flashily smart or elegant".
On the bright side, when you're just walking through and around the new cubes as I do, the overall set-up looks kind of snazzy, like Civil War tents.
Tune in today and you’ll see how these results change the Magic Map that’s what we like to call our snazzy Electoral Map internally.
But maybe you're just excited enough about Apple's new tablet that you want to think about what kind of snazzy carrier you'll slip it in when you're on the go.
I think the best way to describe Sonic's little Christmas jacket is "snazzy".
And "snazzy" isn't a word I use all that very often - if ever.