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snazzy

Particularly elegant, dazzling, classy, or fancy in appearance. Wow, that's a snazzy new suit you've got on! Big meeting today or something? She runs one of the snazziest clubs in town.

snazzy

and shnazzy (ˈsnæzi and ˈʃnæzi)
mod. elegant; classy. This is a snazzy place all right.
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Some of the words in the dictionary have an unknown or uncertain origin include balti, full monty, jaffa, snazzy and ska.