pazzazz


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pazzazz

(pəˈzæz) or

pazazz

n
informal variants of pizzazz
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From the opening number to the final song, it was a show full of colour, vitality and pazzazz that had the audience grinning like Cheshire cats.
A nice feature of this release is the slam-dunk meter, which rates the quality and pazzazz of any dunk you make.
And while the action itself rarely lives up to the hype, there's enough pazzazz surrounding the event to make sure the nation tunes in.
Tickets at pounds 50 each have gone on sale for the Halloween Pazzazz Ball.
It's the Spanish, cheaper version of the parent group VW's Bora, but with more punch and pazzazz.
And Jill Henderson insists this is good news for those seeking call centre jobs with a bit of pazzazz.
You can use them for giving the old coal bunker a Mediterranean look, decorating walls, barbecues and so on, or, as above, giving ordinary terracotta plant pots a bit of colour and pazzazz.