Definition of 'snazzy'
Example sentences containing 'snazzy'
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Here's a first look at a snazzy new desk from Made.Times, Sunday Times (2015) The Sun (2014)
Many look snazzy in the shop, but the more they are ridden, the more obvious their limitations become.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
As he takes a detour down a dark alley, he runs into a shady bunch of yobs, who take exception to his snazzy suit.The Sun (2014)
THESE look snazzy and have adaptive noise cancelling, so you can still hear the world around you - or cut it out.The Sun (2014)
ALL that effort honing your application has paid off, now all you need is a snazzy suit, a big smile and some answers.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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