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piz·zazz

or pi·zazz or piz·zaz  (pĭ-zăz′)
n. Informal
1. Dazzling style; flamboyance; flair.
2. Vigorous spirit; energy or excitement.

[Origin unknown.]

pizzazz

(pəˈzæz) or

pizazz

n
informal an attractive combination of energy and style; sparkle, vitality, or glamour. Also called: pazzazz, pazazz or pzazz
[C20: origin obscure]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pizzazz - the activeness of an energetic personalitypizzazz - the activeness of an energetic personality
activeness, activity - the trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically; "the level of activity declines with age"
Translations

pizzazz

pzazz, pizazz [pəˈzæz] nallant m
a young woman with a lot of energy and pizzazz → une jeune femme pleine d'énergie et d'allant

pizzazz

[pəˈzæz] n to have pizzazz (fam) → essere pieno/a di verve
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Introduced by Honeybear Brands, one of the original Honeycrisp pioneers, Pazazz is designed specifically to peak during the winter months to give apple lovers the fresh taste of fall in January.
Whitney Houston's How Will I Know was stripped of all its pazazz and bounce, so too Money On My Mind.
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This means their artisan products were deemed to have the indescribable 'wow' factor by the judges, who this year included Great British Bake off's 2013 winner Frances Quinn and food and drink presenter Nigel Barden, best known for adding culinary pazazz to the Simon mayo Drivetime show on Radio 2 every Thursday.
Canadian printer Pazazz has announced that its latest installation, the Mark Andy Performance Series P5 press, is the first to be installed in Quebec.
We managed to get ourselves out of it by staying low and then had a good tussle with Balance, Pazazz and Much Ado Von the way back.
Our overall impression was that the ingredients were high quality and competently cooked, but the finished dishes lacked a little pazazz.
In fairness, the doodles, by Glenn Howells, are meant to be "indicative sketches," but as one of the country's foremost architectural practices I'd hoped for a little more pazazz.
It's the Spanish, cheaper version of the parent group VW's Bora, but with more punch and pazazz.
The casting of Jude Law seems a pretty smart move, but whether he can portray the smooth-talking Cockney womaniser with as much pazazz remains to be seen.