He's never dyed it, and he doesn't wear make-up in his films, unless he has a zit to cover up.
Booger flashed his badge at me too fast for me to get a good look at it, but zit in the front seat gave me a long look at his.
He passed my driver's license up to zit, who pecked it slowly into his computer.
Ye will say that ze have forgevin me oft tymes, and zit yat I returne to my faultis.
If you'll walk into the castle, you may zit down, I dare zay.
"Terrorists aren't the only bad guys we catch this way," zit said.
Now zit quite, wull 'e Miss Luzzie, or a 'wunt goo on no vurder.
It is ready to thame: and zit I feir that it will bring sum malheus, and may be sene gif ze chance to be hurt.
Bot I will never rejoyce to dissaive ony body that traistis in me: zit notwithstanding ze may command me in all thingis.
He realized that he had a zit on the back of his neck that was rubbing against his collar.
"acne pimple," 1966, originally U.S. teenager slang, of unknown origin.
To set something on fire; ignite something
[1970s+ Army; fr Zippo, trademark of a cigarette lighter, probably fr the sound made as one turns the sparking wheel, and the speed with which the lighter ignites]