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jazzy

(ˈdʒæzi)
mod. stimulating; appealing. That’s a jazzy sweater you got.
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GEC: I've asked you a lot about politics and philosophy, and I haven't said much about your poetry, which is very fine-nimble in argument and imagery and jazzily cadenced.
Among many interpretative revelations, Tovey showed its famous 'con malizia' scherzo to be more jazzily picaresque than malicious and the opening bars of its finale to be among the most glorious utterances of any composer.
MacGregor's delightful arrangement of four of Dowland's melancholy Lute Songs, sometimes deliciously quiet, at others jazzily jerky, featured the gifted saxophonist Andy Sheppard, making his Liverpool debut.
It's closer to home - local, home-grown Fitchburg State College Dance Club students who can tap, step, hip-hop and jazzily dance the pants off of any professional dancers reality TV can offer.
But the next night when I stood there again and saw just as many flies dancing just as jazzily, it came to me with the same certainty that they were just bugs calling to each other in the dark.
The jazzily costumed (by Fontella Boone) fairies, lovers and rude mechanicals go about their magically mixed-up business for a couple of largely sprightly hours.
Choreographic styles ran the gamut from Gonzales' jazzily propulsive movement, Luca Veggetti's stressed elegance, to James Canfield's sexy pas de deux on pointe, and Vasterling's lyrical classicism.
A collection of jazzily dressed young ladies minced around the parade ring before racing, modelling painfully expensive handbags designed by a Cherie Blair lookalike called Lulu.
The jazzily askew reds and yellows call to mind the Fauvist palette that enthralled Maria from the day in 1910 when he first visited the Steiglitz Gallery.