Adding emphasis and a little spice, improving something.
Quinn: I just got a haircut

Morgan: Wow, you really added a little zhuzh
by random user 12345 February 10, 2019
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A word Claire totally made up. She likes to make up words. She claims that is means to ruffle a shirt or outfit, but that makes no sense and doesn't need its own word. She's a mess and needs to use real words like a normal person.
"I swear Zhuzh is a word! And so is Schnibbles!"
by KatiForbes October 5, 2016
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Verb: to shake it up; swirl; gently mix.
Give the Abraxane a zhuzh.
by Mama G-string May 1, 2019
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Misspelling / attempted verbal transcription, of "tszuj" (which has multiple Urban Dictionary listings – primarily involving fluffing, freshening, neatening, a person, place or thing, usually at the last minute).
Company's almost here; we're ready, but could you give the kitchen a quick tszuj not *zhuzh"?
I like your new haircut, but could we tszuj it up a bit, for a night out?
by Mannerz Azwell March 19, 2022
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To make something more interesting or attractive
The stylist said he would zhuzh(ʒʊʒ) up the outfit with some jewellery
by VickyTheAwesome March 6, 2015
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The term Carson always uses on the Bravo show "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," meaning to roll/push up one's sleeves, or to tease/fluff one's hair.
Always remember to zhuzh after grooming.
by Angelica January 8, 2004
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1. Alternative spelling of shush.
2. (verb) (from: shush) To request someone to be silent.
3. (exclamation) (from: shush) Shut up!
by Random14YearOld March 20, 2022
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