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  • adjective superlative form of zesty: most zesty.

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Examples

  • Moments later Marcelo nutmegs Alves and is rewarded with the zestiest of hard-but-fair challenges from Puyol.

    The Guardian World News

  • Egged on by a drizzle of lemon juice, the meat, cheese and salad entered into a mutually beneficial competition over which one could be the zestiest.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • They're calling it the zestiest weekend of the year, and who are we to disagree.

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • Russian-born director Timur Bekmambetov does exactly that in stylish fashion to produce a creation that’s the zestiest and sexiest movie of the summer.

    DVD Review: Wanted (Blu-ray)

  • Russian-born director Timur Bekmambetov does exactly that in stylish fashion to produce a creation that’s the zestiest and sexiest movie of the summer.

    2008 November

  • Mezzo-soprano Buffy Baggott and tenor P. Magnus Hilbo (despite some pinching on his top notes) are fine as Helen and P.ris, but the zestiest performances come from tenor Lawrence Bencomo as Menelaus, Helen's bespectacled schlemiel of a husband; bass Alex Honzen as his blustery brother Agamemnon, who longs for a return to "guilt and shame and narrow-mindedness -- the qualities that made our country great"; baritones Henry Michael Odum as an overwrought oracle and Lee Worthy as Achilles, a muscle-bound oaf who limps on his weak heel; and mezzo A.J. Wester in the trouser role of Orestes, leader of the libertine legions and spokesman for the operetta's ever timely attack on moralists "who spread your baleful creed like some disease."

    Chicago Reader

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