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See definition of jazzing on Dictionary.com
  • as inpretend
  • as instimulate

synonyms for jazzing

  • assume
  • bluff
  • feign
  • fool
  • impersonate
  • profess
  • purport
  • put on
  • act
  • affect
  • allege
  • beguile
  • cheat
  • claim
  • counterfeit
  • cozen
  • deceive
  • delude
  • dissemble
  • dissimulate
  • dupe
  • fish
  • fudge
  • hoodwink
  • jazz
  • jive
  • malinger
  • masquerade
  • mislead
  • sham
  • simulate
  • stonewall
  • sucker
  • whitewash
  • be deceitful
  • be hypocritical
  • claim falsely
  • fake out
  • lay claim
  • let on
  • make out
  • pass off
  • pass oneself off as
  • put up a front
  • shuck and jive
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antonyms for jazzing

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  • deny
  • reveal
  • tell truth
  • dampen
  • depress
  • dull
  • bore
  • let go
  • neglect
  • discourage
  • stop
  • halt
  • calm
  • deter
  • delay
  • tire
  • release
  • dishearten
  • block
  • dissuade
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How to use jazzing in a sentence

By the way, how about showing me how a fellow can hear a fly jazzing and all that?
THE RADIO DETECTIVES UNDER THE SEAA. HYATT VERRILL
I've seen you jazzing about the place when you haven't seen me, Dods.
THIS FREEDOMA. S. M. HUTCHINSON
It's getting to be almost as big a craze as jazzing and is quite as exciting.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 156., MARCH 5, 1919VARIOUS
Possibly the catchiest of these, a really cute little thing, was achieved by jazzing up the Funeral March.
AND ALL THE EARTH A GRAVECARROLL M. CAPPS (AKA C.C. MACAPP)
They'll probably be jazzing up those sleek babies and that takes a lot of repair and work.
TREACHERY IN OUTER SPACECAREY ROCKWELL AND LOUIS GLANZMAN
In all classes of people there was an epidemic of dancing, jazzing, card-playing, theater-going.
NOW IT CAN BE TOLDPHILIP GIBBS
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