- Zip + -y (Wiktionary)
“Instead of simply shots of the interstate, most of the trip is described in zippy, zoomed-in Google Earth animation, some hypnotic fast forwarding, and then a Street View depiction of the road, jerking forward in blurry freeze frames; the navigation screen of the car’s GPS makes an appearance, as does a screen capture of the trip on Google Maps, from above, a single red line illustrating the path.”
“It's called the zippy satchel for a reason as you can find three main compartments (divided by zippers), perfect for the ultimate organizer in you.”
“And people might actually go see it: the trades call its box-office prospects "zippy" (Variety) and say it "should perform exceptionally well" (The Hollywood Reporter).”
“The latter is an obvious choice, especially if you plan to wear "zippy" attire and accessories throughout spring, when buoyant hues reign supreme.”
“It would be inaccurate to describe the performance of the N97 mini as "zippy" or "lightning fast", but it does operate at a usable pace.”
“It's less "zippy," but it's superior all the way through.”
“Apple takes wraps off 'zippy' iPhone, cuts price by half”
“The Sauvignon Blanc is zippy and lively, the Grenache is soft and fruity.”
“Tom Jones boasts a fast-paced screenplay by John Osborne, fueled by a zippy harpsichord score, and game performances from Griffith, Joan Greenwood, Diane Cilento, Edith Evans, and a young David Warner.”
“The Indulge Sauv Blanc is zippy and crisp, with citrus, as you'd expect.”
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a venture into the indo-european roots weip- (to turn, twist or wrap) and nem- ( to divide, distribute or allot) exploring their paradoxical relationships along with other words between them in spe...
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