Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of zinger.

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Examples

  • Oh, and I love this supercut of Roger Sterling zingers from the season.

    'Mad Men': What's Matthew Weiner cooking up for us next? | EW.com

  • And the singer Georges Brassens who slips in zingers of social content and sexual innuendo in his songs and isn't well known here.

    ON THE BUBBLE WITH CARA BLACK

  • And the singer Georges Brassens who slips in zingers of social content and sexual innuendo in his songs and isn't well known here.

    February 2007

  • And the singer Georges Brassens who slips in zingers of social content and sexual innuendo in his songs and isn't well known here.

    ON THE BUBBLE WITH CARA BLACK

  • And the singer Georges Brassens who slips in zingers of social content and sexual innuendo in his songs and isn't well known here.

    ON THE BUBBLE WITH CARA BLACK

  • In that spirit, I give you the three TV-coined zingers from the last year or so that seem to be popping up in way too many of my current convos.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • In that spirit, I give you the three TV-coined zingers from the last year or so that seem to be popping up in way too many of my current convos.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • In that spirit, I give you the three TV-coined zingers from the last year or so that seem to be popping up in way too many of my current convos.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • In that spirit, I give you the three TV-coined zingers from the last year or so that seem to be popping up in way too many of my current convos.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • In that spirit, I give you the three TV-coined zingers from the last year or so that seem to be popping up in way too many of my current convos.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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