Definition of 'razzmatazz'
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Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Not quite the razzmatazz surrounding the fastest man on land but he is just as effective as Usain Bolt.The Sun (2012)
It might not be amazingly warm, but at least the sparkle will add some razzmatazz to your fortnight in Torquay.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Many keen fans of the sport resent the team concept, team colours, the razzmatazz and the inevitable pop concert that ends the day.The Sun (2012)
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