zingy

[zing-ee]
adjective, zingier, zingiest.
full of zing; lively; zesty; exciting: a zingy new musical comedy.
Also, zinging.


Origin:
1940–45; zing + -y1

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zingy (ˈzɪŋɪ)
 
adj , -gier, -giest
informal vibrant; energetic; lively

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Example sentences
Three heavyweight dailies, a zingy tabloid and three serious colour newsweeklies are on sale at every news-stand.
Tabbouleh gets a zingy makeover, thanks to aromatic mint and salty, tangy preserved lemon.
The zingy lemon-pepper, which has a delightful kick.
Having a heart doesn't mean abandoning the catty humor and the zingy style, in my humble opinion.
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