informal an attractive combination of energy and style; sparkle, vitality, glamour: Also called: pazzazz, pazazz, pzazz
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How to use pizzazz in a sentence
Marco Zanini delivered a collection for Rochas that was flirty and feminine with a bit of pizzazz.
Does he have enough pizzazz to broaden his base and enough agility to survive the coming wave of opposition attacks?
And historically they have been allowed more pizzazz, more personal flair.
The Texas governor has executive experience, conservative cred, success generating jobs, and pizzazz.
Yet over and over Mr. Pawlenty has been intent on trying to offer us pizzazz.
Peel off and place for a touch of pizzazz: clowns, penguins, teddy bears, etc.