- In the style of jazz.
- Flashy or showy.
- Lacking focus; jittery or jangly.
1996, Daniel J. Wideman & Rohan B. Preston, Soulfires: Young Black Men on Love and Violence, page 189:
- Your mother-of-pearl teeth, hard thighs, heaving ribcage — The smooth back of your adolescent neck, Your hot testicles swimming with future generations, And that rhinoceros horn there that makes you shiver all jazzy — You are where I get my fantasies, nigra.
2005, Peter Thomas, The Den of the Assassin, →ISBN, page 247:
- John was waiting in the health club's juice bar, wearing a gray pinstriped Oxford suit and a blue Hermes tie. "You look all jazzy," Tyler said as he approached his partner. "I got you a cup of coffee."
2016, Laurence Fearnley, The Quiet Spectacular, →ISBN, page 109:
- The letters seemed to go all jazzy on her and then they kept shifting, changing direction and making new patterns that she couldn't recognize.
- (in the style of jazz):: jazzlike
- (flashy or showy):: flashy, showy, (gaudy): Thesaurus:gaudy
- (lacking focus):: jittery, jangling
in the style of jazz