- Imitative. (Wiktionary)
“Baroness Thatcher survived by taking 20-minute catnaps - a 'zizz', she called it - in the day and catching up on sleep at weekends at Chequers.”
“That electrical energy—what I call the z-thing—is the zizz, the zam.”
““Sorry, Ma,” I said when I saw the fracture zizz across her face.”
“The zizz from him melded with the buzz from the cocktail in a most remarkable way.”
“He touched my exposed wrist, sending a zizz through me.”
“She smelled marvelous, like the scent released by lemon verbena in a spring shower, and I got a comforting zizz from her.”
“I touched his cheek and felt the old pleasurable zizz from him.”
“His grip was firm and slightly damp, and I got a nice warm zizz from the contact.”
“A cursory glance at post war political history would show that. zizz”
“Excellent costumes, and what else would Lucy have to get that extra zizz but a Kit-Kat!”
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'He spent the greater part of his life campaigning to have respelt those words that LOOK as though they are spelt wrongly but aren't.'
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A list of words whose meanings I am learning, either because a) I don't know the meaning b) I know the meaning, but could stand to better appreciate certain inflections or secondary meanings or c) ...
Fo' shizzle my chizzle, here's a lizzle!
zingy, zesty words
One rule though, they must begin with the letter 'Z'.
Fuzzy! Fizzy! And lots of pizzazz!
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