razzle-dazzle [raz-uh l-daz-uh l]
1. showiness, brilliance, or virtuosity in technique or effect, often without concomitant substance or worth; flashy theatricality: The razzle-dazzle of the essay's metaphors cannot disguise its shallowness of thought.
2. Chiefly Football. deceptive action typically consisting of a series of complex maneuvers, as a double reverse or hand-off, usually executed in a flashy manner: a team relying more on power and speed than razzle-dazzle.
3. confusion, commotion, or riotous gaiety.
4. impressively opulent or decorative, especially in a new way; showy; flashy; eye-catching: a shopping center lined with razzle-dazzle boutiques.
5. energetic, dynamic, or innovative: razzle-dazzle technology; a razzle-dazzle sales pitch.
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Origin: First recorded in 1890-95; rhyming compound based on dazzle
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