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zazzy (comparative zazzier, superlative zazziest)

  1. (slang) Shiny or flashy.
    • 1967, Harper's Bazaar, volume 100, page 240:
      Below: The zazziest nylon tricot pettipants — a dazzle of yellows, blues, pinks and greens, scalloped at the edges.
    • 1981, Financial Mail, page 1338:
      So who's this madman launching a new car from a brand-new company? He is John Z De Lorean, one-time Detroit executive, whose new car — the De Lorean — sells at $25000 a throw. For that price you get a zazzy, European-styled sports job []