Word usage examples
Jack Boysenberry zipped up quickly and self-consciously and looked around at the sound of the gnarly, piping voice.
Full of zip and brio, especially the kick-ass Jennifer, they whiz through this story like bright icons who also have surprising depths.
Some of us cannot keep our flies zipped, others remain faithful to one mate till menopause or the Grand Climacteric steps in.
She zipped it up defiantly, brushed out her hair so that it curled on her neck, dug her feet into slippers, caught up the dark grey flannel coat she had bought years ago and which was happily dateless and ran downstairs.
I voice-command the database to retrieve all the potential donors within my zip code who have dibs against both their hearts and livers.
Through the unwashed back window, with cars zipping past them on both sides, Wes and Dreidel sat perfectly still, never panicking or checking over their shoulders.
He wiped the tears from her cheek, then lifted himself from her, zipped his jeans, and dropped back against the footboard, his eyes squeezed shut.
The bike dipped suddenly into the sunken lot, leaving her stomach somewhere in the region of her throat-God, she loved that sensation and zipped out the other side, onto Gaskin Road.
I took off my jazzy zipped jacket and laid it on the floor with my helmet and sat in a light armchair, where he pointed.
They carry knives, clubs, pistols, zip guns, brass knucks, rifles, sawed-off shotguns, bayonets, baseball bats, broken bottles, gasoline bombs, bricks, rocks, bicycle chains .