OTHER WORDS FROM jazzyjazz·i·ly, adverbjazz·i·ness, noun
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Diana is driving through the countryside by herself, in a jazzy little sportscar—something unlikely to happen in real life, but this is, as a title card tells us “A Fable from a True Tragedy.”Kristen Stewart and Pablo Larraín Do Princess Diana Wrong in Spencer|Stephanie Zacharek|September 3, 2021|Time
Meanwhile, “An Unmarried Woman” is so lovely, down to its whimsical jazzy score by Bill Conti.The Oscars always get it wrong. Here are the real best pictures of the past 45 years.|Dan Zak, Amy Argetsinger|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
A whopping 34 million people use Nubank, which features a jazzy purple credit card, competitive fees and interest rates — and no physical branches.
Am I the only person who thinks that “Happy” has a jazzy, Les McCann-ish beat?
When he opened his mouth, out came that familiar soft-spoken voice with the slightly jazzy cadence—dry ice with a backbeat.
Will, Jaden, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Carlton Get Funky “Now this is a story all about how...” There's a first time for everything!Beyoncé, Jimmy Fallon, Will and Jaden Smith, and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|June 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I let it flow, although that makes it sound more jazzy and less despairing than the actual process often is for me.
Our panel gave her generally high marks on singing, and they especially praised her jazzy take on “I Kissed a Girl.”
Music not jazzy enough, and she says 'the floor is gritty'; we'll have to fix that.Under the Law|Edwina Stanton Babcock
By the time I debarked for the fifth time, I was whistling the tune with jazzy improvisations in a mixed-up tempo.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom|Cory Doctorow
The crying voice of the gambling-house barker rode in over the clang and brass of jazzy music, but he couldn't turn the tip.The Glory of Ippling|Helen M. Urban
More capricious and jazzy measures have their day but the waltz endures forever!Blacksheep! Blacksheep!|Meredith Nicholson
Sedately Betty walked downstairs, but just then Doris sat down at the piano and began a gay, jazzy tune.Betty Lee, Senior|Harriet Pyne Grove