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Definition of "zesty" []

  • Invigorating or keen excitement or enjoyment (noun)
  • Added interest, flavour, or charm; piquancy (noun)
  • Something added to give flavour or relish (noun)
  • The peel or skin of an orange or lemon, used as flavouring in drinks, etc (noun)
  • To give flavour, interest, or piquancy to (verb)
  • Having a piquant or pungent taste; spicy (adjective)

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  • Zestful (adjective)

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Use "zesty" in a sentence
  • "Tuna steaks soaked in zesty Italian salad dressing and grilled to perfection!"
  • "The chardonnay is described as zesty with notes of apricot, peach and honey, and the cab as full-bodied with "juicy plum overtones." by smoknmirrors November 4, 2009 11: 37 AM EST"
  • "Lloyd's stamp is on more than dishes such as zesty steak tartare, topped with a quail egg, and glossy roasted chicken, sauced at the table."