Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of zippy: more zippy

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Examples

  • A lot of the unresolved questions about the effort will be answered then ... like whether Microsoft will have coined a zippier name than NGWS.

    Microsoft's Crapshoot

  • There are a number of subtle changes that come with Gingerbread, such as zippier overall performance.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • But if there's a stronger case for expecting a "zippier" recovery these days, that happy outlook is not yet the consensus view.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • There are a number of subtle changes that come with Gingerbread, such as zippier overall performance.

    The Seattle Times

  • Athena's jingle mentioned the product name thrice, and was much "zippier" than theirs.

    BuddyTV

  • Like other nearly $300 devices, the Nexus works off the zippier 4G service known as LTE that Verizon is rolling out to a broad swath of the U.S. With LTE's download speeds, customers may be more enticed by smartphones that pack in more features, such as bigger screens and faster processors, Golvin said.

    An iPhone Rival, Not on Price

  • But if the Australian group for renaming fortified wines had listened to one suggestion they might have come up with something zippier.

    2009 July | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • But if the Australian group for renaming fortified wines had listened to one suggestion they might have come up with something zippier.

    Apera, topaque, vintage, lickoffable - Aussie fortifieds grasp new names | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • "We're a zippier group than usual," said the writer and philanthropist Jamee Gregory .

    Fiesta or Gala? The Jury's in Doubt

  • On the other hand, some market pros pooh-pooh any October fears, noting that the market is on a roll, what with the Dow -- largely reflecting expectations of a zippier economy -- having ballooned more than 700 points since late July.

    Dan Dorfman: More Than Those Autumn Leaves Could Fall

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