Scribe of wisdom

All that jazz

>A young person who has many new ideas and wants a reform
>Other things of a similar kind to the thing or things that is being discussed

Additional Fact Of unknown origin, jazz was used informally to mean meaningless talk within a decade of the word’s first appearance in its musical sense, in the early 20th century. This phrase was a mid 20th-century development.


>The Farmers Market on Sunday is great. You’ll find fresh fruits, herbs, vegetables and all that jazz.
> I’m an outdoors type of person. I love hiking, mountain climbing, camping and all that jazz.

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