jazzy jazzy  /ˈdʒæ zi/


  1. (adj) resembling jazz (especially in its rhythm)
  2. (adj) (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display



  1. So instead he has whipped up some pretty jazzy feathered boleros that are inspired by the rock music of David Bowie.
  2. In 1992, Brown and Cassidy recorded a soulful, jazzy album, 'The Other Side', which Cassidy followed four years later with her own 'Live at Blues Alley'.
  3. As for the new Other Ones, Hornsby's piano and Ellis' sax add jazzy warmth to the mix, but Karan and Kimock, while competent players, are still learning how to fit in.


  1. Residents Remember Jazz Legend

    The late bassist Ben Tucker is being remembered as more than a musician. Savannah residents paid a jazzy tribute to one of its musical legends Monday. Hundreds of people attended Tucker's funeral. The 82-year-old jazz artist, businessman and community leader was admired by a wide range of...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting

  2. Jazzy start to Wednesdays on the Green

    Whomever decides these things must be a pretty big fan of the eclectic Charlene Brooks and her jazzy singing voice. How else do you explain the rain only began to fall Wednesday night just minutes after Brooks and her band completed Skokie’s first Wednesdays on the Green performance June 5?
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Skokie Review

  3. Pets Of The Week: Jazzy

    Jazzy is a beautiful and intelligent one-year-old Beagle Terrier Mix.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Louisville Voice-Tribune


  1. "We have to respect each other's genre of music and move forward," says Jay-Z in a response that took about a month to reach the public. "From AFRIKA BAMBAATAA DJ-ing in the Bronx and RUN DMC going platinum, to JAZZY JEFF AND THE FRESH PRINCE...
    on May 14, 2008 By: Jay Z Source: NobodySmiling.com

  2. "For this latest album, I used more of a jam band, kind of jazzy," Copeland said by phone from her Chicago home. "I don't how to describe those guys, but they're definitely different."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Shemekia Copeland Source: Santa Rosa Press Democrat

  3. "We'd started The Boy Does Nothing before I went on Strictly, and it was a jazzy number," Alesha says. "Winning the show changed a lot of things, so we had another look at the song, and now it's this mambo song, really energetic. 'Bottled...
    on Nov 19, 2008 By: Alesha Dixon Source: Virgin Media Music

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