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whizzy

/ (ˈwɪzɪ) /
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adjective
-zier or -ziest informal using sophisticated technology to produce vivid effectsa whizzy new computer game
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How to use whizzy in a sentence

  • In practice, urban folks like me rarely have a garage in which to charge their whizzy little electric flivver.

  • However, as nurse couldn't abide it, almost before it had begun to say whizzy-wizzy-wizz, this number was reduced to five.

    Somehow Good|William de Morgan
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