Jazzy (adjective)

  1. Having a lively, upbeat, and often improvisational style, as in jazz music.
  2. Stylish and fashionable.

Origin:

From jazz, a genre of music characterized by syncopated rhythms and improvisation, which originated in african american communities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Examples:

  1. The jazzy piano solo was the highlight of the concert.
  2. The jazzy dress was perfect for the party.
  3. The jazzy car was a real head-turner.
  4. The jazzy dance moves were a hit with the crowd.
  5. The jazzy decor of the restaurant gave it a lively atmosphere.
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