- having been made more interesting, lively, or exciting；full of excitement or enthusiasm
- 1. having been made more interesting, lively, or exciting a jazzed-up version of ‘Jingle Bells’
- ▪ full of excitement or enthusiasm there were a lot of people along the route who were really jazzed up about seeing the Air Force the kids are clearly jazzed to be performing with their heroes
...quot; is also good. Besides, I've come across another phrase "jazz up," which has the same meaning.
... Armstrong and others. Cool jazz became especially popular on the West Coast... Miles Davis as someone who stood up to a system that often kept African ...