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razzmatazz

1. Exciting, impressive effect or technique, especially that which is showy or dazzling. Also seen as "razzamatazz." There's so much razzmatazz in this film that, impressive as it is visually, it's nearly impossible to tell what is actually going on.
2. Evasive, disingenuous, or misleading speech. It's all just a bunch of razzmatazz meant to distract voters from just her close relationship with corporate lobbyists.

razzamatazz

1. Exciting, impressive effect or technique, especially that which is showy or dazzling. Also seen as "razzmatazz." There's so much razzamatazz in this film that, impressive as it is visually, it's nearly impossible to tell what is actually going on.
2. Evasive, disingenuous, or misleading speech. It's all just a bunch of razzamatazz meant to distract voters from just her close relationship with corporate lobbyists.

razzmatazz

and razzamatazz (ˈræz(ə)məˈtæz)
n. deceptive talk; hype. Cut out the razzamatazz. How dumb do you think I am?

razzamatazz

verb
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