zingy
adjective (zingier; -est) Etymology: 1zing Date: 1945 1. enjoyably exciting <
a zingy musical
>
2. strikingly attractive or appealing <
wore a zingy new outfit
>
3. sharply piquant <
a zingy salad
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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