a) Elegance in manner of dress; stylishness; flashiness.

"We wanted to give the wallpaper some snazziness and motion," says Ha, laughing.

b) Excellence; cleverness, ingenuity, or adeptness in behavior, operation, or execution.

And, for elevated snazziness, the black carbon-fiber-weave case can be customized with wild designs, automotive paints or, for something Apple may never match, it can be chromed.

Syn: pizazz, dash, flair

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