jazz someone/something up

jazz up

To make something fancier, more festive, more exciting, etc., often through some form of adornment. I've decided to jazz up my wardrobe with some statement shoes and other funky accessories. You need to add some excitement your story—jazz it up a bit.
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jazz someone/something up

tv. to make someone or something more exciting or sexy; to make someone or something appeal more to contemporary and youthful tastes. They jazzed up the old girl till she looked like a teenager.
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