Adjective "zippier" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈzɪpi/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Bright, fresh, or lively.
  1. 'This zippy production, starring Emma Fielding and Miriam Margolyes, unpicks all the tangled threads pretty well.'
  2. 'Which is a shame, because the film starts off as a fascinating account of the rise of the corporation and makes some valid points in a zippy way.'
  3. 'It runs a bit long but great lines, solid, zippy performances, laughs, intelligent ideas and some out-and-out chaos make this a model Fringe experience.'
  4. 'I'm feeling great - energetic, zippy, happy, sparkly and glowing!'
  5. 'The aromas and flavours of fresh ripe pineapple are topped with a hint of honey backed by zippy acidity.'
  6. 'The result is new-minted, bright, and zippy, ready for a TV special, which may well be coming.'
  7. 'Light and fruity aromas of soft gooseberry with a whiff of crème fraiche deliver zippy flavours of light gooseberry and lemon before a crisp and dry, slightly minerally finish.'
  8. 'He's obviously a bit unsure about his closing sentence but as a zippy opening paragraph, that first bit is quite fun.'
  9. 'It was a lively, zingy show with zippy dancing, and I like dancing a helluva lot more than syrupy lyrics.'
  10. 'There is little wrong with Roxana Silbert's zippy production that cannot be attributed to the uneven script.'
  11. 'This musical is great for schools to perform because of its zippy songs, larger-than-life characters and even larger talking plant.'
  12. 'If you have to choose between a slow network that's rock-steady and a zippy one that keeps blinking in and out, Reliable wins every time.'
  13. 'The patrons came on zippy two wheelers, wearing dungarees, talking a combination of Kannada, Hinglish, and English.'
  14. 'It does mean I now have a nice zippy machine.'
  15. 'Forget your zippy roadsters, your perky hybrids, your family sedans, your humble pickup trucks - to qualify for this tax break, your road machine has to be bigger than big.'
  16. 'Powered by a Mobile Pentium running at 300 MHz, the machine was quite zippy.'
  17. 'Carpenter is a huge part of the Blues attacking play, his zippy running and accurate shooting yielding important scores while also deeply involved in most of O'Hanrahan's best moves.'
  18. 'A zippy lunch stop, a swop of cars into the manual version and we're heading right back where we came, this time with Dan driving on the twisty bits.'
  19. 'I must say, Mazda MX5s are zippy little numbers!'
  20. 'Computers don't have minds of their own, but they do look pretty zippy.'
  21. 'Anyone can be a musician… although you do need a fairly zippy internet connection.'

Definitions

1. lively; peppy.

More examples(as adjective)

"mails can be zippier."

Origin

(zippy)