Informal Vigorous spirit; energy or excitement.(noun)
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Use "pizzazz" in a sentence
"He marveled at everything about her — the white rickrack she sewed along the hem and neckline of her dress to give it what she called pizzazz, her heart-shaped face, the hollow at the base of her throat, where he hung a heart-shaped locket."
"On the field, he has to develop a quarterback, get more pizzazz from the running game and get tougher and more physical against the run on defense."
"This is a solid account of how Britain's national mapping agency came into being, though it lacks a certain pizzazz."