Definition of zip:
archive, brio, belt, RFD, nix, sprightliness, go, rush, block, vigour, do up, null, zero point, travel rapidly, burn, nada, gusto, goose egg, capture, gallop, quicken, unfasten, enthusiasm, dash, sap, slide fastener, postal code, nought, festinate, a new lease on life, muscularity, beans, race, braces, charge, post office box, aught, not a single, call up, hie, moxie, nil, cypher, nothing, punch, face value, be quick on your feet, speed up, accelerate, solitary, PO Box, animation, vitality, hardihood, button, cryptograph, steam, bucket along, push, life, zip up, speed, hotfoot, rush along, juice, fly, back up, dart, box number, postage, dynamism, naught, oomph, clasp, heartiness, box, get-up-and-go, peppiness, vivaciousness, cummerbund, zilch, postage stamp, cufflink, no, drawstring, hasten, registered office, inspiration, burn in, zero, nobody, LAN, zip-fastener, gas, look sharp, cipher, cannonball along, action, browse, secret code, zippo, belt along, team spirit, eyelet, pertness, step on it, zipper, bounce, liveliness, postcode, vinegar, esprit, free energy, hurry, unbutton, author, nonentity, no one, outpace, ginger, starch, access, none, zest, pelt along, not a living soul, unzip, sparkle, eye, surge.
- energy (part of speech: noun)
- sibilate (part of speech: verb)
- sibilation (part of speech: noun)
- fasten (part of speech: verb)
- "Love Conquers All", Robert C. Benchley.
It gives them problems that take all their strength and brain power to solve, that keeps them fit and pink and tiptoe with ambition and zip, and prevents them from lying down and giving up when they see a hard proposition coming their way, such as changing a small factory into a big one and keeping the product up to standard.- "Home Fires in France", Dorothy Canfield.
5 All the time while Poetry and I were running through the snowy woods, squishety- sizzle, zip- zip- zip, crunch, crunch, crunch, I could see in my mind's eye our new teacher's big beautiful brown saddle horse, prancing along in the snow toward Bumblebee hill, carrying his heavy load just as easy as if it wasn't anything.- "Shenanigans at Sugar Creek", Paul Hutchens.