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Definition of jazzed



  • excited.
    I'm really JAZZED about seeing you and going out this weekend.

    Last edited on Apr 21 2013. Submitted by Mike from OH, USA on Jan 19 2000.

  • happy, excited.
    I am so jazzed that we are going to the beach.

    Last edited on Apr 21 2013. Submitted by Schuyler from San Diego, CA, USA on Mar 01 2002.

  • To be very excited or enthused about something.
    She's all jazzed about buying a new car.

    Last edited on Sep 03 2004. Submitted by K. M. from New Hampshire, USA on Sep 03 2004.

  • excited or looking forward to something.

    Last edited on Apr 21 2013. Submitted by Frank on Oct 12 2005.

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Definitions include: out of sorts, broken, or functioning poorly or improperly; "messed up".
Definitions include: hands with fingers splayed, while the hands are shaken and the fingers moved.
Definitions include: to enliven.
Definitions include: on a mission, focused, determined.

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