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Definition of "whizzy" []

  • Nifty; impressive, often in a superficial or showy way. (adjective)

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Use "whizzy" in a sentence
  • "And by the look of that whizzy new (- ish) ClustrMaps widget, the majority of visitors are from the US."
  • "It won't let them create a ball of gold whizzy dust that lets them zip through centuries."
  • "He's studied 16 of them – from the Cuban missile crisis, when the US and Russia were locked in nuclear standoff, to the near-collapse of the hedge fund Long-Term Capital Management in 1998, when a couple of Nobel prize winners with a whizzy computer model almost brought the world financial system down around their ears."