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zippy

1. informal Lively; energetic. I wish they would play some zippier music in this bar. The stuff they have on the stereo right now is putting me to sleep! It's a really zippy dance, so you literally have to stay on your toes!
2. informal Very quick or speedy. We rented a zippy little car for our trip around Europe.

zippy

(ˈzɪpi)
mod. lively; active. This is a real zippy number.
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Surprisingly, Nissan still built in a Sports mode (activated by a button on the shifter) that allows the engine to rev at rip-roaring levels for a zippier driving sensation.
The new play-calling menus are zippier, given the difficulty of streamlining a system that lets you choose from more than 300 plays.
Andrew Waugh's Zippier had the goods in the Sports Boats SMS category, scoring a six and a half point victory over Peter Ray's Barely Legal, while Numero Uno (Scott Lawson) won the Sports Boats (VX) from Andrew York's Tachyon by just half a point.
If sizzle were needed, a graphic artist had to create a zippier version of the output.
Pro-Load's 155 grain Tactical bonded hollowpoint was distinctly zippier. It had the best accuracy in terms of windage -- the group measured 1.2 inches left to right -- but the worst for elevation.
Costumes are topnotch, but editing could have been a little zippier.
It also works well with somewhat lighter bullets at even zippier velocities, pleasing traditional hunters who prefer a super-flat trajectory to twirling their scope's elevation knob.
The Alpine and Caterham models will be built at Renault's plant in Dieppe, northwestern France, which employs around 300 workers assembling zippier Renault Sport versions of the company's production models.
That makes these tools look and act a bit different, but most importantly, messaging and posting photos are much zippier, added the ( http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/23/facebook-iphone-ipad/) publication .
To be an Ultrabook - and qualify for Intel advertising subsidies - a computer has to be less than 0.8 inches thick, weigh less than 3.1 pounds, have no CD or DVD drive and make use of solid-state storage for zippier performance.
This counters what was becoming a mono-show of moaning, spliced with a variable mix of new lyrics to old tunes, ranging from Liverpool, You''re the Place for Me (on a par with Ringo Starr''s Liverpool I Left You), via the murdering of TV''s Heartbeat signature tune, to the zippier Girl Power.
Stronger, zippier, peppier, happier--with a can-do attitude and enough confidence to conquer the world.
Danced this season by light-footed Ghrai DeVore, Evolution seems far zippier than I remember.
The G2 is the first phone that operates over this new network - essentially a souped-up version of its existing 3G cellular network - which is meant to make such tasks as downloading apps, streaming videos and surfing the Web much zippier.
The pacing is considerably zippier and, though the color scheme is equally grubby and the visuals have an elaborate story-boarded look, the overall result is more upbeat throughout.