snazzy

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snazzy

and shnazzy (ˈsnæzi and ˈʃnæzi)
mod. elegant; classy. This is a snazzy place all right.
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A classic British design - stylish, but with no truck for Richard Hammond-esque displays of modern snazziness - brogues exist in the James May section of the Top Gear spectrum.
After agonising for hours, carefully factoring in assigned star rating, snazziness of name and prevalence of favourite colours, the name would be delivered with regal certainty to The Placer Of The Bets, who would, with great generosity (thanks Mum), fork out the 50p each-way on the anointed horse.
Patel, who bought it five years ago, has been in a long process of trying to restore it to its former snazziness.
Where you can get ideas (those featured in the trade journals that you haven't read because you were too busy traveling to conferences); where you can visit customers, prospects and old clients (if you can pick them out among the masses); where you can check out potential suppliers (and grab another copy of the pamphlet they've been mailing to your office every month); where you can compare yourself to the competition at the trade show by the snazziness of your booths -- and the quality of your free pens.