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be/go (out) on the razzle

  (British informal, old-fashioned)
to enjoy yourself by doing things like going to parties or dances We're going out on the razzle on New Year's Eve - do you fancy coming? (informal, old-fashioned)
See also: on, razzle

razzle-dazzle

activity that is intended to attract people's attention by being noisy or exciting Amid all the razzle-dazzle of the party convention, it is easy to forget about the real political issues.

razzle-dazzle

(ˈræzlæˈdæzlæ)
n. flamboyant publicity; hype. After all the razzle-dazzle dies down, we’ll see what things are really like.
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A new public artwork for the city - the Razzle Dazzle Mersey ferry
Not only are they a credit to Carmen Brookes and Razzle Dazzle Theatre School, but to their parents as well.
Was out on the razzle again last night so bit cross-eyed this morning.
The underlying metaphor of Razzle Dazzle is innocence taken for a ride.
Razzle, from South Africa, is about two-foot long and easily identified by his bright green wings.
THIS fantastic model of the Razzle Dazzle ferry has been making waves at Hoylake boating lake.
I want to razzle and dazzle, I want look good and take him apart.
Her partner in special education is Razzle, a mixed breed canine who is a familiar fixture in her classroom.
By MAURICE FITZMAURICE RAZZLE Dazzle blew the judges away on Got To Dance last night but fell short of scooping the pounds 250,000 prize money.
Ben was in Sydney making new movie Razzle Dazzle, released on Friday.
A SPOT of razzle and dazzle is promised for music lovers who pay a visit to a Staffordshire venue next week.
And it meant that the organisers of the Razzle Dazzle Ball - who were (from left) Belinda Perfitt, Sallie Beaumont and Christine Cripps - at the Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top, had a total of pounds 9,000 to divide between good causes.
Razzle, a green-winged macaw, was snatched from his home at Drayton Manor, in Staffordshire, on Sunday night but thieves left his female companion, Dazzle, in their aviary.
IN the 1960s, Chris Duffy wrote a novel about life in Blackpool called Razzle Dazzle, which brought him a certain amount of literary success.
The touring production of Bob Fosse's tale of murder, greed and razzle doesn't have any big names, but it has massive show tunes - Razzle Dazzle, All That Jazz and Chicago, to name but a few.