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zippy

adjective zip·py \ˈzi-pē\

: very fast

: appealingly stylish

: having a spicy flavor

zip·pi·erzip·pi·est

Full Definition of ZIPPY

:  full of zip: as
a :  very quick or speedy <a zippy sports car>
b :  strikingly fresh, lively, or appealing in style <zippy clothes>

Examples of ZIPPY

  1. <a crowd of zippy children who'd been cooped up all day>
  2. <she just bought a zippy new computer that should enable her to work more efficiently>

First Known Use of ZIPPY

1904

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