Word of the week - Snazzy!
Adjective: Attractive or fashionable
Patrick looked snazzy in his top-hat.
Snazzy was first used in the 1930s and continues to be a popular word to describe a person or thing that is looking good! You can go for a spin in a snazzy car! You could have drinks with friends in a snazzy wine bar! It makes one heck of a snazzy word of the week!
Snazzy is a very flexible and friendly word that everyone in the English speaking world will recognise. It's a lot snazzier than 'great', 'nice' or 'good', which are words that have a similar meaning.
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What's the snazziest thing you've come across lately?