Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of zipper.

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Examples

  • I ducked through the opening to the tent, zippering it tightly behind me.

    The Children of the Lost

  • I was psyching myself up during the hour long car ride to the launch point; while zippering up my hideous, blue jumpsuit and pulling on a tiny rubber cap and goggles; even while being edged to the side of an open hatch at 13,500 feet.

    Daphne Oz: The Summit Series: Lessons in Being Brave

  • I ducked through the opening to the tent, zippering it tightly behind me.

    The Children of the Lost

  • The cloth made a soft zippering sound as it ripped.

    How To Make An American Flag

  • Hal caught her eye, and mimed zippering his mouth shut.

    Sepulchre

  • If zippering seems like too much of a hassle to your child, use a binder with a Velcro closure so she can at least contain loose papers as she runs from one class to another.

    The Organized Student

  • If zippering seems like too much of a hassle to your child, use a binder with a Velcro closure so she can at least contain loose papers as she runs from one class to another.

    The Organized Student

  • Fats composed of straight-chain saturated fatty acids fall into an ordered solid structure— the process has been described as “zippering”—more readily than do kinked unsaturated fats.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Fats composed of straight-chain saturated fatty acids fall into an ordered solid structure— the process has been described as “zippering”—more readily than do kinked unsaturated fats.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • I ran my finger across my mouth, zippering it shut.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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