adjective, glitz·i·er, glitz·i·est. Slang.
- glière, reinhold moritzovich,
Origin of glitzy
Examples from the Web for glitzy
Covered in an array of glitzy strands, they look like a celebrity DIY project gone horribly awry.
As 200,000 cheered on, Pope Francis was inaugurated in a glitzy ceremony this morning.Pope Francis Inauguration: Not Your Average Pontiff|Barbie Latza Nadeau|March 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is, in many ways, the picture-perfect holiday for a savvy pol: bucolic, family-oriented, tradition-bound, and not too glitzy.Vacation Primary: Why Republican Candidates Win the Summer|Michelle Cottle|July 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Bangkok “fish tank” bordello is glitzy and businesslike.‘Whores’ Glory’: An Interview With Michael Glawogger|Tracy Quan|April 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
adjective glitzier or glitziest
Word Origin for glitzy
1966, from Yiddish glitz "glitter," from German glitzern "sparkle" (see glitter).