jazz

(noun, verb)

noun

1. empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk

- don't give me any of that jazz

Similar word(s): malarkey, malarky, nothingness, wind

Definition categories: communication, talk, talking

2. a genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles

Definition categories: communication

3. a style of dance music popular in the 1920s; similar to New Orleans jazz but played by large bands

Definition categories: communication

Sentences with jazz as a noun:

- What jazz were you referring to earlier?

- What is all this jazz lying around?

- I'm just going down to the shops and jazz = I am off to purchase items and etcetera.

- That show was the jazz! = That musical concert/television program was most enjoyable.This risotto is simply the jazz. = This risotto was cooked in the classic manner.

- Stop talking jazz.

verb

1. play something in the style of jazz

Definition categories: creation, play, spiel

2. have sexual intercourse with

Similar word(s): bang, bed, bonk, hump, know, love, screw

Definition categories: contact, copulate, couple, mate, pair

Sentences with jazz as a verb:

- Don’t jazz it too much! = Be careful, it was good to start with!

- You’ve gone and jazzed it now! = It is ruined.

- Stop jazzing me! = Leave me alone.