[ UK /ɹˌæzmɐtˈæz/ ]
[ US /ˈɹæzməˈtæz/ ]
  1. any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent
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How To Use razzmatazz In A Sentence

  • Ah, the old Hollywood razzmatazz.
  • The much awaited fashion week is yet to start, but the run-up to the Capital's annual dose of razzmatazz is almost as busy.
  • Wilson's constituent mail on Social Security is filled with the same rhetorical razzmatazz.
  • The immediate effects of all the G8 razzmatazz are negligible.
  • Lord Mandelson, the influential Business Secretary, last week publicly called on him to show more "razzmatazz". Telegraph.co.uk: news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph
  • He and Kym performed a glitzy Broadway number that put Donny in tails, offered 100 percent what Len always calls "razzmatazz," and played up every showbiz cliché Donny has at his disposal. Msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines
  • But Danielsen offers a glimmer of hope for those who love blockbuster razzmatazz.
  • “LORD Mandelson has admitted Gordon Brown's leadership needs more "razzmatazz", as the Prime Minister fought off renewed attacks on his leadership style during a trip to the United States” Friday morning and oh what the hell is going on NOW?
  • In place of Merman's razzmatazz, Ross gives us a rounded, unsentimental portrait of a damaged human being.
  • Especially in the 20-year-old's US homeland, where razzmatazz sells and the sport's publicity gurus need people to buy into it.
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