An aspect, element, or degree of elegance, class, style, or excitement. An informal variant spelling of "snazz." I was thinking I might sew on some sequins around the bust to add a bit of shnazz to the dress. The party was all right, I guess. It was just missing some shnazz, you know?
To make someone or something appear more elegant, dazzling, classy, or fancy. ("Shnazz" is a variant spelling of "snazz.") A noun or pronoun can be used between "shnazz" and "up." You really should shnazz yourself up a bit if you want to make a good first impression on your date. I decided to shnazz up my outfit with a diamond necklace and some classy silk gloves. I always like to shnazz up my popcorn with a bit of cinnamon and brown sugar.
An aspect, element, or degree of elegance, class, style, or excitement. I was thinking I might sew on some sequins around the bust to add a bit of snazz to the dress. The party was all right, I guess. It was just missing some snazz, you know?
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snazzand shnazz (snæz and ʃnæz)
n. class; glitter and excitement. The curtain opened on a dazzling display of snazz and bright lights.
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