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razzle

/ˈræzəl/
noun
1.
(Brit, informal) on the razzle, on the razz, out enjoying oneself or celebrating, esp while drinking freely
Word Origin
C20: from razzle-dazzle
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  • And largely because "razzle Dazzle" took matters into her own hands.

    The Argus Pheasant John Charles Beecham
  • But the "razzle Dazzle's" chauffeur looked at me in distress.

    The Argus Pheasant John Charles Beecham
  • Some of them plainly expressed the opinion that he had gone on the razzle with the money.

  • Turning our gaze westward we behold the turrets of the palatial residence which neighbor Bales has erected in razzle Street.

    The House

    Eugene Field
  • But he did try to give me credit for what "razzle Dazzle" had herself accomplished.

    The Argus Pheasant John Charles Beecham

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