adjective, snaz·zi·er, snaz·zi·est.
Origin of snazzy
Examples from the Web for snazzy
The N.J. governor unveiled a snazzy movie-like trailer featuring the actor for his pension reform plan Tuesday.Chris Christie Made an Anti-Union ‘Movie’ With The Rock—and Then Removed Him|Olivia Nuzzi|July 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It's really just a snazzy name for a clever type of network.
Samaras was more formal, known for his snazzy blazers, effortless charisma, and conservative politics.
As snazzy and inspiring political nominees go—judicial or vice presidential as it were—Sonia Sotomayor is The UnPalin.
adjective -zier or -ziest
Word Origin for snazzy
"stylish, flashy," 1932, U.S. colloquial, perhaps a blend of snappy and jazzy.