zippy

[zip-ee]
adjective, zippier, zippiest. Informal.
lively; peppy.

Origin:
1915–20; zip1 + -y1

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zippy (ˈzɪpɪ)
 
adj , -pier, -piest
informal full of energy; lively

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Example sentences
It consumes no gas, releases zero-emissions from its tailpipe, and has lots of
  high torque for a zippy pick-up on the road.
Battery-powered cars are zippy and responsive, and nearly silent without the
  rattle and roar of pistons.
Loading up our precious movie and music libraries was easy enough courtesy of
  the unit's zippy write speeds.
Other apps were noticeably zippy with loading as well.
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