jazzy

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Synonyms for jazzy

Synonyms for jazzy

resembling jazz (especially in its rhythm)

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(used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display

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Other embarrassments include Neil Young's Birds and a jazzily unplugged take on Dylan's All Along The Watchtower.
a musical jazzily based on Twelfth Night, conceived by Epps with Duke Ellington songs.
In the center was the huge, deep blue stone from Illinois, and here and there a couple of absurd jazzily banded stones from Rios, Argentina, showing sharp parallel bands in shades of green, red, yellow and brown.
The state even encourages you to plop down hard-earned cash on impossible odds with lively music and jazzily choreographed television ads.
Cardwell profiles and photographs 29 individuals or groups opening with an oompah in the sometimes 39-strong Aberystwyth Silver Band and ending jazzily with Wyn Lodwick of Llanelli.
These still have a special place in our hearts, and they've been given a new lease of life with jazzily designed covers making them a style winner for today.
Tones were jazzily inflected, screaming high notes complemented mellow lower registers, and, the splendid Contrapuntal Blues clarinet and saxes created an appropriate atmosphere of hothouse oppression.
surges jazzily around her, offering up sounds of trains and traffic.
Those stories tend to be unabashedly populist, drenched in witty dramatic values, and often jazzily over the top.