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zing·y

 (zĭng′ē)
adj. zing·i·er, zing·i·est Informal
1. Pleasantly stimulating: "The times are good. The living is easy. The vibes are zingy" (Saturday Review).
2. Exceptionally attractive or appealing: a zingy gown.

zingy

(ˈzɪŋɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
informal vibrant; energetic; lively
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