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pizazz (uncountable)

  1. Alternative spelling of pizzazz.
    • 1937, Harper’s Bazaar, volume LXXI, number 1, New York, N.Y.: Hearst Corp., →OCLC, page 116:
      Pizazz, to quote the editor of the Harvard Lampoon, is an indefinable dynamic quality, the je ne sais quoi of function; as, for instance, adding Scotch puts the pizazz into a drink. Certain clothes have it, too. 1. There's pizazz in this rust evening coat, swinging wide in back, jutting crazily over the shoulders, clasped with a cord at the throat.